50 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (2024)

  • Border Patrol Agent - NATIONWIDE OPENINGS

    Us Customs & Border Protection 4.350 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (1)

    Border Patrol Agent Job In Minneapolis, MN

    NATIONWIDE OPENINGS INCLUDING NORTHERN BORDER STATIONS - APPLY TODAY! CURRENT OR PRIOR LAW ENFORCEMENT-Applicants with current or prior law enforcement experience can enter on duty at higher grade levels (GL 9-GS 11). See details below. EARN UP TO $30,000 IN RECRUITMENT INCENTIVES-Newly appointed Border Patrol Agents will be offered a $20,000 recruitment incentive. The first $10,000 to be paid upon successfully completing training at the Border Patrol Academy and the remainder to be paid after completing a three-year service agreement. Additionally, new agents accepting a hard to fill duty location will be eligible for an additional $10,000 (see Duty Locations section, below). EARN UP TO $30,000 IN RECRUITMENT INCENTIVES Newly appointed Border Patrol Agents will be offered a $10,000 recruitment incentive upon successful completion of training at the academy and an additional $10,000 recruitment incentive after three years of service. Additionally, new agents accepting one of the hard to fill locations will be eligible for an additional $10,000 recruitment incentive (see Duty Locations section, below). Salary and Benefits Salary for newly appointed Border Patrol Agents varies from $48,809-$87,838 (GL 5 - 7) and from $61,965-$117,896 (GL 9 - GS 11) depending upon grade-level, duty location, and work schedule, including overtime. A fully trained Border Patrol Agent may be eligible for up to an additional 25% of base pay per the BPA Pay Reform Act of 2014. This is a career ladder position with a grade level progression of GL-5, GL-7, GL-9, GS-11, and GS-12. You will be eligible for a promotion to the next higher grade level (without re-applying) once you successfully complete 52 weeks in each grade level. All agents receive the full package of federal employment benefits that include health and insurance plans, a generous annual and sick leave program, and participation in the Thrift Savings Plan, a retirement plan akin to a traditional 401(k) offering. Duties and Responsibilities As a Border Patrol Agent (BPA) you will be part of our 60,000+ workforce that strives to protect the American people by safeguarding our borders, deterring illicit activity, and enhancing the nation's economic prosperity. Being a Border Patrol Agent makes you a valuable member of the Federal Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) profession. Typical activities include: Detecting, preventing, and apprehending undocumented noncitizens and smugglers of noncitizens at or near the land borders by maintaining surveillance from covert positions. Responding to electronic sensor alarms; interpreting and following tracks, marks, and other physical evidence; using infrared scopes during night operations. Responding to aircraft sighting and other anti-smuggling activities and performing farm and ranch checks, traffic checks, city patrols, and transportation checks. Patrolling the international boundary and coastal waterways and using a variety of Government assets for the accomplishment of the USBP Mission. These assets may include, but are not limited to motor vehicles, horses, watercraft, off-road vehicles, ATVs, snowmobiles, and motorcycles. Occasional travel may be required based on operational needs. Duty Locations-NATIONWIDE OPENINGS-Apply Today $10K Recruitment Incentive for these hard to fill locations: Sierra Blanca, Presidio, Sanderson, Comstock, Freer, and Hebbronville, TX; Lordsburg, NM; and Ajo, AZ. All incentive recipients will be required to sign a three-year service agreement. Duty assignments at time of offer are made based on operational needs and requirements and are determined by the U.S. Border Patrol. The duty location offered in your final offer letter may include any location within the region. Qualifications You qualify for the GL-5 grade level if you possess one of the following: Experience: One year of general work experience that demonstrates the ability to take charge, make sound decisions, and maintain composure in stressful situations; to learn regulations, methods, and techniques through classroom training and/or on-the-job instruction; and the ability to gather concise information through questioning, observation, and examination of documents and records; OR Education Substitution: A bachelor's degree or successful completion of a full four-year course of study in any field leading to a bachelor's degree from an accredited or college or university; OR will receive a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university within nine (9) months from the closing date of this announcement and will upload all official or unofficial transcripts before the closing date of this announcement; OR Combination of Experience and Education: A combination of general work experience AND successfully completed college education. This will be calculated using your resume and official or unofficial transcripts submitted with your application. You qualify for the GL-7 grade level if you possess one of the following: Experience: One year of specialized work experience that shows you have the skills necessary to make sound judgments and decisions; to deal effectively with people in a courteous and tactful manner; to analyze information rapidly and make prompt decisions and apply these skills in a law enforcement capacity such as training others, managing finances, code enforcement, doing compliance work, corrections, security, military, emergency responders, etc.; OR Education Substitution for the GL-7 grade level: A bachelor's degree with superior academic achievement, which is based on (1) class standing, (2) grade-point average (i.e., GPA of 3.0 or higher out of a possible 4.0), or (3) honor society membership. Or will receive a bachelor's degree with Superior Academic Achievement. Or one full year of graduate level education in a field of study related to law enforcement (e.g., criminal justice, homeland security, justice studies, law enforcement, courts and judicial systems, forensic technology, forensic psychology, or corrections and rehabilitation) from an accredited college or university within nine (9) months from the closing date of this announcement; OR A Combination of Experience and Education: This will be calculated using your resume and official or unofficial transcripts submitted with your application. If you have previous or current law enforcement or military law enforcement experience, you may qualify at the GL-9 or GS-11 grade level. You qualify for the GL-9 grade level if you possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the next lower grade level, performing duties such as: Performing physical searches of detained individuals, their vehicles, and their immediate surroundings for weapons, contraband, currency, and other evidence. Apprehending or physically restraining violators of state, federal, or immigration laws. Preparing investigative reports, serving court orders (e.g., warrants, subpoenas, etc.) and gathering evidence for criminal cases prosecuted through the court system. You qualify for the GS-11 grade level if you possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the next lower grade level, performing duties such as: Developing and utilizing intelligence information to track illegal operations and/or contraband. Leading investigations of fraud, contraband, and/or illegal operations to determine sources and patterns. Utilizing various forms of complex technology that includes surveillance, detection, situation awareness systems, and communications equipment to aid in the apprehension of violators of state, federal or immigration laws. Communicating assignments and training peers on the application of the appropriate law enforcement problem solving methods, investigative techniques, and other law enforcement procedures. Working with law enforcement officials or government agencies to identify and/or apprehend violators of state, federal, or immigration laws. There are no education substitutions for the GL 9 and GS 11 positions. Other Requirements Citizenship: You must be a U.S. Citizen to apply for this position. Residency: You must have had primary U.S. residency (includes protectorates as declared under international law) for at least three of the last five years. Age Restriction: In accordance with Public Law 100-238, this position is covered under law enforcement retirement provisions. Candidates must be referred for selection to the Border Patrol Agent position before reaching their 40th birthday in accordance with Department of Homeland Security Directive 251-03. The age restriction may not apply if you are currently serving or have previously served in a federal civilian law enforcement (non-military) position covered by Title 5 U.S.C. 8336(c) or Title 5 U.S.C. 8412(d). Veterans' Preference: You may also be eligible for an excepted service Veterans Recruitment Appointment (VRA). The age restriction does not apply if you are Veterans' Preference eligible. Formal Training: After you are hired, you will be detailed to the U.S. Border Patrol Academy in Artesia, New Mexico, for approximately six (6) months of intensive instruction in immigration and nationality laws, law enforcement and USBP-specific operations, drivers training, physical techniques, firearms, and other courses. Border Patrol work requires the ability to speak and read Spanish, as well as English. Agents will be provided training to become proficient with the Spanish language at the academy. How to Apply Click the Apply button on this site. You will be linked to the CBP Talent Network page. For Position of Interest select Border Patrol Agent, then complete the pre-screening questions. You will then be provided with links to the Job Opening Announcements (JOAs) on USAJOBS, the federal government's official employment site, to complete your application. Be certain to review ALL details of the job opening announcement and follow all instructions in the application process. If you have questions about the application process, contact a recruiter through the U.S. Border Patrol page, and check the CBP calendar frequently for upcoming informational webinars, in-person recruiter events, and virtual career events.

    $62k-117.9k yearly 3d ago
  • Border Patrol Agent - NATIONWIDE OPENINGS

    Us Customs & Border Protection 4.350 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (2)

    Border Patrol Agent Job 8 miles from Minneapolis

    NATIONWIDE OPENINGS INCLUDING NORTHERN BORDER STATIONS - APPLY TODAY! CURRENT OR PRIOR LAW ENFORCEMENT-Applicants with current or prior law enforcement experience can enter on duty at higher grade levels (GL 9-GS 11). See details below. EARN UP TO $30,000 IN RECRUITMENT INCENTIVES-Newly appointed Border Patrol Agents will be offered a $20,000 recruitment incentive. The first $10,000 to be paid upon successfully completing training at the Border Patrol Academy and the remainder to be paid after completing a three-year service agreement. Additionally, new agents accepting a hard to fill duty location will be eligible for an additional $10,000 (see Duty Locations section, below). EARN UP TO $30,000 IN RECRUITMENT INCENTIVES Newly appointed Border Patrol Agents will be offered a $10,000 recruitment incentive upon successful completion of training at the academy and an additional $10,000 recruitment incentive after three years of service. Additionally, new agents accepting one of the hard to fill locations will be eligible for an additional $10,000 recruitment incentive (see Duty Locations section, below). Salary and Benefits Salary for newly appointed Border Patrol Agents varies from $48,809-$87,838 (GL 5 - 7) and from $61,965-$117,896 (GL 9 - GS 11) depending upon grade-level, duty location, and work schedule, including overtime. A fully trained Border Patrol Agent may be eligible for up to an additional 25% of base pay per the BPA Pay Reform Act of 2014. This is a career ladder position with a grade level progression of GL-5, GL-7, GL-9, GS-11, and GS-12. You will be eligible for a promotion to the next higher grade level (without re-applying) once you successfully complete 52 weeks in each grade level. All agents receive the full package of federal employment benefits that include health and insurance plans, a generous annual and sick leave program, and participation in the Thrift Savings Plan, a retirement plan akin to a traditional 401(k) offering. Duties and Responsibilities As a Border Patrol Agent (BPA) you will be part of our 60,000+ workforce that strives to protect the American people by safeguarding our borders, deterring illicit activity, and enhancing the nation's economic prosperity. Being a Border Patrol Agent makes you a valuable member of the Federal Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) profession. Typical activities include: Detecting, preventing, and apprehending undocumented noncitizens and smugglers of noncitizens at or near the land borders by maintaining surveillance from covert positions. Responding to electronic sensor alarms; interpreting and following tracks, marks, and other physical evidence; using infrared scopes during night operations. Responding to aircraft sighting and other anti-smuggling activities and performing farm and ranch checks, traffic checks, city patrols, and transportation checks. Patrolling the international boundary and coastal waterways and using a variety of Government assets for the accomplishment of the USBP Mission. These assets may include, but are not limited to motor vehicles, horses, watercraft, off-road vehicles, ATVs, snowmobiles, and motorcycles. Occasional travel may be required based on operational needs. Duty Locations-NATIONWIDE OPENINGS-Apply Today $10K Recruitment Incentive for these hard to fill locations: Sierra Blanca, Presidio, Sanderson, Comstock, Freer, and Hebbronville, TX; Lordsburg, NM; and Ajo, AZ. All incentive recipients will be required to sign a three-year service agreement. Duty assignments at time of offer are made based on operational needs and requirements and are determined by the U.S. Border Patrol. The duty location offered in your final offer letter may include any location within the region. Qualifications You qualify for the GL-5 grade level if you possess one of the following: Experience: One year of general work experience that demonstrates the ability to take charge, make sound decisions, and maintain composure in stressful situations; to learn regulations, methods, and techniques through classroom training and/or on-the-job instruction; and the ability to gather concise information through questioning, observation, and examination of documents and records; OR Education Substitution: A bachelor's degree or successful completion of a full four-year course of study in any field leading to a bachelor's degree from an accredited or college or university; OR will receive a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university within nine (9) months from the closing date of this announcement and will upload all official or unofficial transcripts before the closing date of this announcement; OR Combination of Experience and Education: A combination of general work experience AND successfully completed college education. This will be calculated using your resume and official or unofficial transcripts submitted with your application. You qualify for the GL-7 grade level if you possess one of the following: Experience: One year of specialized work experience that shows you have the skills necessary to make sound judgments and decisions; to deal effectively with people in a courteous and tactful manner; to analyze information rapidly and make prompt decisions and apply these skills in a law enforcement capacity such as training others, managing finances, code enforcement, doing compliance work, corrections, security, military, emergency responders, etc.; OR Education Substitution for the GL-7 grade level: A bachelor's degree with superior academic achievement, which is based on (1) class standing, (2) grade-point average (i.e., GPA of 3.0 or higher out of a possible 4.0), or (3) honor society membership. Or will receive a bachelor's degree with Superior Academic Achievement. Or one full year of graduate level education in a field of study related to law enforcement (e.g., criminal justice, homeland security, justice studies, law enforcement, courts and judicial systems, forensic technology, forensic psychology, or corrections and rehabilitation) from an accredited college or university within nine (9) months from the closing date of this announcement; OR A Combination of Experience and Education: This will be calculated using your resume and official or unofficial transcripts submitted with your application. If you have previous or current law enforcement or military law enforcement experience, you may qualify at the GL-9 or GS-11 grade level. You qualify for the GL-9 grade level if you possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the next lower grade level, performing duties such as: Performing physical searches of detained individuals, their vehicles, and their immediate surroundings for weapons, contraband, currency, and other evidence. Apprehending or physically restraining violators of state, federal, or immigration laws. Preparing investigative reports, serving court orders (e.g., warrants, subpoenas, etc.) and gathering evidence for criminal cases prosecuted through the court system. You qualify for the GS-11 grade level if you possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the next lower grade level, performing duties such as: Developing and utilizing intelligence information to track illegal operations and/or contraband. Leading investigations of fraud, contraband, and/or illegal operations to determine sources and patterns. Utilizing various forms of complex technology that includes surveillance, detection, situation awareness systems, and communications equipment to aid in the apprehension of violators of state, federal or immigration laws. Communicating assignments and training peers on the application of the appropriate law enforcement problem solving methods, investigative techniques, and other law enforcement procedures. Working with law enforcement officials or government agencies to identify and/or apprehend violators of state, federal, or immigration laws. There are no education substitutions for the GL 9 and GS 11 positions. Other Requirements Citizenship: You must be a U.S. Citizen to apply for this position. Residency: You must have had primary U.S. residency (includes protectorates as declared under international law) for at least three of the last five years. Age Restriction: In accordance with Public Law 100-238, this position is covered under law enforcement retirement provisions. Candidates must be referred for selection to the Border Patrol Agent position before reaching their 40th birthday in accordance with Department of Homeland Security Directive 251-03. The age restriction may not apply if you are currently serving or have previously served in a federal civilian law enforcement (non-military) position covered by Title 5 U.S.C. 8336(c) or Title 5 U.S.C. 8412(d). Veterans' Preference: You may also be eligible for an excepted service Veterans Recruitment Appointment (VRA). The age restriction does not apply if you are Veterans' Preference eligible. Formal Training: After you are hired, you will be detailed to the U.S. Border Patrol Academy in Artesia, New Mexico, for approximately six (6) months of intensive instruction in immigration and nationality laws, law enforcement and USBP-specific operations, drivers training, physical techniques, firearms, and other courses. Border Patrol work requires the ability to speak and read Spanish, as well as English. Agents will be provided training to become proficient with the Spanish language at the academy. How to Apply Click the Apply button on this site. You will be linked to the CBP Talent Network page. For Position of Interest select Border Patrol Agent, then complete the pre-screening questions. You will then be provided with links to the Job Opening Announcements (JOAs) on USAJOBS, the federal government's official employment site, to complete your application. Be certain to review ALL details of the job opening announcement and follow all instructions in the application process. If you have questions about the application process, contact a recruiter through the U.S. Border Patrol page, and check the CBP calendar frequently for upcoming informational webinars, in-person recruiter events, and virtual career events.

    $62k-117.9k yearly 3d ago
  • Off Duty Police Officer

    ASM Global

    Border Patrol Agent Job In Minneapolis, MN

    Off-Duty Police - presence during all types of Target Center Events Our Work Experience is the combination of everything that's unique about us: our culture, our core values, our company meetings, our commitment to sustainability, our recognition programs, but most importantly, it's our people.Our employees are self-disciplined, hard working, curious, trustworthy, humble, and truthful. They make choices according to what is best for the team, they live for opportunities to collaborate and make a difference, and they make us the #1 Top Workplace in the area.

    $53k-66k yearly est. 60d+ ago
  • Police Officer

    Department of The Air Force

    Border Patrol Agent Job In Minneapolis, MN

    Click on "Learn more about this agency" button below for IMPORTANT additional information. Direct Hire Authority may be used to fill temporary, term, or permanent position and can be filled on a part-time or fill-time work schedule. Your application will remain active through the open period of this Public Notice. Once this Public Notice closes, you must reapply.Learn more about this agencyHelpOverview* Accepting applications* Open & closing dates10/25/2023 to 10/24/2024* Salary$32,357 - $63,734 per year* Pay scale & gradeGS 5 - 9* HelpLocations* Elmendorf AFB, AK* Fort Richardson, AK* Maxwell AFB, AL* Little Rock AFB, AR* Show more locations (79)* Davis Monthan AFB, AZ* Luke AFB, AZ* Beale AFB, CA* Edwards AFB, CA* El Segundo, CA* Los Angeles, CA* March AFB, CA* Travis AFB, CA* Air Force Academy, CO* Buckley AFB, CO* Peterson AFB, CO* Schriever AFB, CO* Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, DC* Dover AFB, DE* Cape Canaveral AFS, FL* Eglin AFB, FL* Homestead AFB, FL* Hurlburt Field, FL* MacDill AFB, FL* Patrick AFB, FL* Tyndall AFB, FL* Dobbins AFB, GA* Moody AFB, GA* Robins AFB, GA* Andersen Air Base, GU* Hickam AFB, HI* Maui County, HI* Maui Island, HI* Mountain Home AFB, ID* Scott AFB, IL* Grissom AFB, IN* McConnell AFB, KS* Barksdale AFB, LA* Hanscom AFB, MA* Westover Air Reserve Base, MA* Andrews AFB, MD* Minneapolis, MN* Whiteman AFB, MO* Columbus AFB, MS* Keesler AFB, MS* Malmstrom AFB, MT* Seymour Johnson AFB, NC* Grand Forks, ND* Minot AFB, ND* Offutt AFB, NE* Fort Dix, NJ* Lakehurst, NJ* McGuire AFB, NJ* Cannon AFB, NM* Holloman AFB, NM* Kirtland AFB, NM* Nellis AFB, NV* Niagara Falls, NY* Rome, NY* Wright-Patterson AFB, OH* Wright-Patterson AFB, OH* Youngstown, OH* Youngstown, OH* Altus AFB, OK* Tinker AFB, OK* Vance AFB, OK* Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA* Charleston AFB, SC* Ellsworth AFB, SD* Arnold AFB, TN* Dyess AFB, TX* Fort Sam Houston, TX* Fort Worth, TX* Goodfellow AFB, TX* Lackland AFB, TX* Laughlin AFB, TX* Randolph AFB, TX* Sheppard AFB, TX* Hill AFB, UT* Fort Eustis, VA* Langley AFB, VA* Pentagon, Arlington, VA* Fairchild AFB, WA* Warren AFB, WY* Remote jobNo* Telework eligibleNo* Travel RequiredOccasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.* Relocation expenses reimbursedNo* Appointment typeMultiple Appointment Types* Work scheduleMultiple Schedules* ServiceCompetitive* Promotion potential9* Job family (Series)0083 Police* Supervisory statusNo* Security clearanceSecret* Drug testYes* Position sensitivity and riskNoncritical-Sensitive (NCS)/Moderate Risk* Trust determination processSuitability/Fitness* Announcement numberAFPC-SECDHA-1263393-GS0083* Control number752565600HelpThis job is open to* The publicU.S. Citizens, Nationals or those who owe allegiance to the U.S.Clarification from the agencyThis public notice is to gather applications that may or may not result in a referral or selection.HelpDuties* Perform and enforce the full range of police officer duties within the military installation.* Perform the full range of Base Entry Controller duties. Ensure individuals requesting access to the installation have the proper identification credentials before entering.* Perform the full range of duties for defending protection level resources.* Serve as a Security Forces Dispatcher for the installation.* Duties may vary depending on grade levelHelpRequirementsConditions of Employment* Please read this Public Notice in its entirety prior to submitting your application for consideration.* U.S. Citizenship is required* Males must be registered for Selective Service, see www.sss.gov* Total salary varies depending on location of position* Travel and relocation expenses may or may not be paid* Recruitment incentives may or may be authorized* Position may be subject to random drug testing* Employee may be required to work other than normal duty hours, to include evenings, weekends and/or holidays* Shift work and emergency overtime may be required* Employee must maintain current certifications* A security clearance may be required* Disclosure of Political Appointments* Must be qualified in the use of required weapons, as the incumbent will be required to use firearms in performing duties.* This position is covered by the Domestic Violence Misdemeanor Amendment (30 Sep 96) of the Gun Control Act (Lautenberg Amendment) of 1968.* Must pass an initial pre-employment medical examination, periodic medical examinations, required physical fitness/physical agility tests, meet established hearing standards and discern colors, contrast, and depth.* Must wear a uniform and meet applicable dress and appearance standards as identified in current AFI.* May be required to wear protective clothing such as coats, boots, and vests and/or chemical protective equipment, (e.g. respirator mask).* Must undergo initial job compatibility assessment.* Must be able to operate all Security Forces Vehicles and installed equipment. An appropriate, valid driver's license is required for the position.* Subject to annual duty position evaluation on a pass/fail standard.QualificationsIn order to qualify, you must meet the SPECIALIZED experience requirements described in the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Qualification Standards for General Schedule Positions, POLICE SERIES, Individual Occupational RequirementsSPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE:GS-05: Applicants must have at least one year of specialized experience at the next lower grade GS-04, or equivalent in other pay systems. Examples of specialized experience includes knowledge of a body of basic laws and regulations, law enforcement operations, practices, and techniques and involved responsibility for maintaining order and protecting life and property.ORFour years course of study leading to a bachelor's degree in Police Science or a comparable degree program related to the work of the position.GS-06: Applicants must have at least one year of specialized experience at the next lower grade GS-05, or equivalent in other pay systems. Examples of specialized experience includes knowledge of a body of basic laws and regulations, law enforcement operations, practices, and techniques and involved responsibility for maintaining order and protecting life and property.GS-07: Applicants must have at least one year of specialized experience at the next lower grade GS-06, or equivalent in other pay systems. Examples of specialized experience includes knowledge of a body of basic laws and regulations, law enforcement operations, practices, and techniques and involved responsibility for maintaining order and protecting life and property.GS-08: Applicants must have at least one year of specialized experience at the next lower grade GS-07, or equivalent in other pay systems. Examples of specialized experience includes knowledge of a body of basic laws and regulations, law enforcement operations, practices, and techniques and involved responsibility for maintaining order and protecting life and property.GS-09: Applicants must have at least one year of specialized experience at the next lower grade GS-08, or equivalent in other pay systems. Examples of specialized experience includes knowledge of a body of basic laws and regulations, law enforcement operations, practices, and techniques and involved responsibility for maintaining order and protecting life and property.To view additional qualifying information, click on the following link:https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/classification-qualifications/general-schedule-qualification-standards/0000/police-series-0083/KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES (KSAs):1. Knowledge of police officer procedures and operating methods to perform the full range of police officer activities independently.2. Knowledge of special operating requirements, methods, and procedures for enforcing specialized personnel access controls and preventing unauthorized access to areas where stringent security requirements are enforced.3. Knowledge of the rights of detained individuals and organizational rules regarding the appropriate use of force to be used in the apprehension of persons.4. Knowledge of the practices, methods and techniques for functioning as a quick reaction force team member in support of integrated base defense and of the operation of specialized weapons, security systems, and equipment.5. Knowledge of the tactics, techniques, and procedures necessary for preparation and response to catastrophic events, enemy attacks, and related threats to installations.6. Ability to operate the Incident Management System and the Security Force Management Information System.PART-TIME OR UNPAID EXPERIENCE: Credit will be given for appropriate unpaid and or part-time work. You must clearly identify the duties and responsibilities in each position held and the total number of hours per week.VOLUNTEER WORK EXPERIENCE: Refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service Programs (i.e., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community; student and social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge and skills that can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.Physical Demands: The work requires regular and recurring physical exertion such as running in pursuits or emergency responses, long periods of standing, walking, bending, stooping, reaching, crawling, and similar activities. Employees engage in such exertions when responding to alarms and walking foot patrols in and around buildings. This position may require common physical characteristics and abilities and dexterity and the strength to pursue, and detain uncooperative suspects. In addition, this position requires the ability to employ "infantry" small unit tactics involving fire and maneuver with rapid advancing movement between defensive positions while wearing protective gear for extended periods of time, as well as the ability to employ "Active Shooter" response tactics as a member of a small team.Additional Conditions of Employment:1. Required to obtain first responder training/certifications required in CPR techniques, self aid buddy care, and first aid on the job and maintain annually.2. Recurring training is required to keep the incumbent knowledgeable on the updated specialized tactics, techniques and procedures necessary for preparation and response to catastrophic events, terrorist attacks and related threats to installations.3. Ability to employ 'infantry/SWAT' small unit tactics involving fire and maneuver, with rapid advancing movement between defensive positions, while wearing protective gear for extended periods of time, (e.g. Employing "Active Shooter" response tactics and techniques as a member of a small team is required).4. IAW DoDI 3020-42 this position has been locally or command designated as Mission Essential (ME); needed to ensure the continued operation of mission essential functions of the activity. Mission Essential personnel may be required to report for duty at normal times when the base is closed or delayed reporting, and remain on duty during phased or early release.5. Must pass formal law enforcement training school as determined by functional; certificate from a Federally recognized Law Enforcement Academy is preferred.6. Will be exposed to the day-to-day dangers associated with law enforcement and security duties.7. This position may be designated as a Key Position IAW AFI 36-607. Duties of this position are essential to the accomplishment of wartime/contingency operations. Incumbents of key position must be removed from their military recall status if alternative for filling of the position during an emergency are not available.EducationIF USING EDUCATION TO QUALIFY: If position has a positive degree requirement or education forms the basis for qualifications, you MUST submit transcriptswith the application. Official transcripts are not required at the time of application; however, if position has a positive degree requirement, qualifying based on education alone or in combination with experience; transcripts must be verified prior to appointment. An accrediting institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education must accredit education. Click here to check accreditation.FOREIGN EDUCATION: Education completed in foreign colleges or universities may be used to meet the requirements. You must show proof the education credentials have been deemed to be at least equivalent to that gained in conventional U.S. education program. It is your responsibility to provide such evidence when applying.Additional informationFor Direct Hire (DHA) Positions:This is a Direct Hire Public Notice, under this recruitment procedure applications will be accepted for each location/ installation identified in this Public Notice and selections are made for vacancies as they occur. There may or may not be actual/projected vacancies at the time you submit your application.Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP): For information on how to apply as an ICTAP eligible click here. To be well-qualified and exercise selection priority for this vacancy, displaced Federal employees must be rated in the "Highly Qualified" or "Best Qualified" Category on the rating criteria for this vacancy. You must submit a copy of the agency notice, your most recent performance rating, and your most recent SF-50 noting position, grade level, and duty location.Employed Annuitants (Reemployed Annuitants): Applicants in receipt of an annuity based on civilian employment in the Federal Service are subject to the DoD Policy on The Employment of Annuitants. Click here for more information.Temporary and Term Appointments: If you are selected for a temporary or term position in the competitive service, your appointment may be extended to the maximum period allowed by law without further competition. Additionally, if you are serving on a term appointment in the competitive service, you may be converted to a career or career-conditional appointment without further competition. NOTE: Current federal civilian employees may apply for this position and if selected, a break in service of at least 3 days may be required prior to appointment to this position.Selective Service: Males born after 12-31-59 must be registered or exempt from Selective Service. For additional information, click here.Direct Deposit: All federal employees are required to have direct deposit.If you have questions regarding this announcement and have hearing or speech difficulties click here.Tax Law Impact for PCS: On 22-Dec-2017, Public Law 115-97 - the "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017" suspended qualified moving expense deductions along with the exclusion for employer reimbursem*nts and payments of moving expenses effective 01-Jan-2018 for tax years 2018 through 2025. When you perform a Civilian Permanent Change of Station (PCS) with the government, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) considers the majority of your entitlements to be taxable. Visit GSA Bulletin FTR 20-04 here for additional information.Read more* BenefitsHelpA career with the U.S. government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package. As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding. Opens in a new window Learn more about federal benefits.Review our benefitsEligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.How You Will Be EvaluatedYou will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.Your latest resume will be used to determine your qualifications.Your application package (resume, supporting documents, and responses to the questionnaire) will be used to determine your eligibility, qualifications, and quality ranking for this position. Please follow all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your rating or consideration for employment.Your responses to the questionnaire may be compared to the documents you submit. The documents you submit must support your responses to the online questionnaire. If your application contradicts or does not support your questionnaire responses, you will receive a rating of "not qualified" or "insufficient information" and you will not receive further consideration for this job.Applicants who disqualify themselves will not be evaluated further.* BenefitsHelpA career with the U.S. government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package. As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding. Opens in a new window Learn more about federal benefits.Review our benefitsEligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.* Required DocumentsAs a new or existing federal employee, you and your family may have access to a range of benefits. Your benefits depend on the type of position you have - whether you're a permanent, part-time, temporary or an intermittent employee. You may be eligible for the following benefits, however, check with your agency to make sure you're eligible under their policies.The following documents are required and must be provided with your application for this Public Notice. Applicants who do not submit required documentation to determine eligibility and qualifications will be eliminated from consideration. Other documents may be required based on the eligibility/eligibilities you are claiming. Click here to view the AF Civilian Employment Eligibility Guide and the required documents you must submit to substantiate the eligibilities you are claiming.* Online Application - Questionnaire* Resume - For qualification determinations your resume must contain hours worked per week (if part-time) and dates of employment (i.e., month/year to month/year or month/year to present). If your resume does not contain this information, your application may be marked as insufficient and you will not receive consideration for this position. If you are a current Federal employee or previous Federal employee, provide your pay plan, series and grade, i.e. GS-0301-09. Current Federal Civilian Employees should list any relevant performance related rating (given within the last three years) and/or incentive awards in your resume. Do NOT include photographs (or links to social media such as LinkedIn), inappropriate material, inappropriate content, nor personal information such as age, gender, religion, social security number, etc., on your resume.* Transcripts/Registration/License: If qualifying on education/position requires education, you must submit copies of your transcripts and if required for the position, submit an active, current registration/license.* Veterans: If claiming 30% Disabled Veteran or Veteran's Preference - Submit VOW certification memo or copy of the official DD-Form 214, which must include the character of service (i.e., with an honorable or general discharge). This will be annot

    $32.4k-63.7k yearly 11d ago
  • Police Officer (Recruit) "Amended"

    City of Minneapolis, Mn

    Border Patrol Agent Job In Minneapolis, MN

    The Minneapolis Police Department is looking for people who will treat others with dignity, giving them voice and respect, being neutral in their decision-making and willing to work to build trust. They should be willing to show care, to connect as people of this community, to communicate in speaking and listening, and who will act with courage and character.The police profession is a challenging and rewarding one. Police professionalism is based on community service,dedicationtofairandimpartialpolicingandhonestenforcementofthelaws.Thisspecializedwork,withandforthepeople of Minneapolis, comprises an extraordinary range of opportunities and responsibilities.This is a full-time position and requires variable work shifts, including weekends and holidays.Work Location - This position currently works on-site only.INFORMATION SESSION:Want to learn more about the Police Officer (Recruit) position? The Minneapolis Police Department is hosting an information session which you are highly encouraged to attend. Attendance is optional for all applicants or potential applicants.RegistrationisNOTrequired.Date: Monday, April 1st, 2024 at 5:30pmLocation: Special Operations Center (SOC)- 4119 Dupont Ave N. Minneapolis, MN 55412GOVERNMENT ISSUED PHOTO ID REQUIRED FOR ENTRYWe will highlight and discuss the following:* Application process and educational requirements* Background Investigation information* P.O.S.T. minimum selection standards for peace officer licensure* Medical, psychological, physical, and drug & alcohol testingRecruit Academy:October 7th, 2024Job Duties and Responsibilities* Patrol assigned area to enforce laws, detect and prevent crime and protect life and property.* Apprehendandarrestlawviolators(includingprobablecausearrests),preparewrittenreportsofcrimesandassistin the prosecution of violators.* Draft and execute arrest warrants and make probable cause arrests.* Establish probable cause, draft, prepare and execute search warrants.* Enforce traffic laws conducting traffic, marking and tagging vehicles, making written reports of accidents and investigating and reconstructing serious or fatal traffic accidents.* Collect,evaluate,investigate,protectandpreserveevidenceatcrimeoraccidentscenes.* Interviewwitnesses,victimsandsuspectsanddraftformalstatementsforpresentationincourt,includingtestifyingin court on criminal and civil matters.* Respond to residential and business alarms for intrusion, robbery or other emergencies.* Protect the rights and safety of all individuals, including political figures and dignitaries.* Recover and assume preliminary custody of lost, stolen or abandoned property.* Operate various computer terminals to enter and retrieve essential information.WORKINGCONDITIONS:Exposuretohazardousconditionsandlife-threateningsituationsRequired QualificationsMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Completion of a two- or four-year Law Enforcement or Criminal Justice Degree through a Professional Peace Officer Education Program and pass the Minnesota P.O.S.T Licensing Exam or equivalent.MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:N/ALICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS:Minnesota P.O.S.T. Certified (obtained within 60 days of Academy start date)Minnesota State Police Officer LicenseMust have and maintain a valid driver's license by October 7, 2024State Requirements:* Must not have a felony conviction.* Must successfully pass the MPD background investigation.Medical/Psychological Exams:Candidates must be deemed medically and psychologically fit and successfully pass a drug and alcohol screening prior to hire. Pre-Employment Medical exams, including work simulation tests, and Psychological Exams are tentatively scheduled to begin after successfully passing backgrounds.Physical Requirements:Police work is physically and mentally demanding. During the training academy, candidates will participate in and be assessed on MPD Police Officer fitness goals.This position requires standing, walking, sitting, talking or hearing, using hands to finger, handle or feel, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, reach with hands and arms. Must be able to lift up to twenty-five (25) pounds. Requires close distance color, peripheral vision with ability to adjust focus.Selection Process:Candidates unable to complete any portion of this process will not be eligible to move forward in the hiring process.Once candidates are screened for minimum qualifications, qualified candidates will receive email communication from HRwith a specific code to take the National Testing Network examination. Candidates will be able to sign up between April 12th-19th ,2024. Only those candidates who attain a passing score at the National Testing Network will be placed on the eligible list.SelectionStepsandTentativeTimeline:NationalTestingNetwork(NTN) Qualified candidates will be notified to schedule NTN testing within one week of application review. Successful completion of NTN will move to the background investigation, completed by MPD.Department InterviewsTentatively scheduled for April 24, 2024BackgroundsSelected candidates will move to the background investigation, completed by MPD. A successful background investigation places candidates on the eligible list of qualified candidates.ConditionalJob OffersTentatively scheduled for the week of July 29, 2024.MedicalExamsPre-employment medical exams, including work simulation tests and psychological exams, are held within one week of conditional job offer.BeginWorkMonday, October 7, 2024UnionRepresentation:This position is represented by PoliceOfficersFederation: http://www.minneapolismn.gov/hr/laboragreements/labor-agreements_police_indexEligible List Statement:The names of applicants who meet minimum qualification and who pass the screening process shall be placed on the eligible list for employment consideration. This list will be certified to the hiring manager who may use the list to fill a vacancy of the same job title. This eligible list will expire six (6) months after date of certification.Interview Selection:The hiring authority reserves the right to determine the maximum number of candidates to interview from the established eligible list. If the hiring authority decides to interview other than by exam score order, they may select additional people to interview based on a candidate's education or experience related to the field, work history, or skills uniquely related to the operational needs of the position.NOTES:InformationonPOSTrequirements:https://mn.gov/post/Knowledge, Skills and Abilities* Must maintain Minnesota POST licensing with completion of forty-eight credit hours every three years.* Knowledgeofthelaws,ordinancesandpoliceproceduresastheyapplytosituationsencounteredonduty. Ability to exercise discretion and good judgment in emergency situations.* Abilitytorelateandworkeffectivelywithpeoplefromdiversecultural,economicandethnicbackgrounds. Good oral and written communication skills.* Must be authorized to work in United States with no felony convictions.* Abilitytodistinguishthecolorsred,yellowandgreenandvisioncorrectableto20/40inbotheyes.* Possess standard hearing average threshold without correction of any worse than a 40-decibel loss on the average at 500, 1,000 and 3,000 Hertz frequencies in the better ear.* Must pass medical/psychological examination prior to hire. Medical examination will include drug and alcohol screening tests.* Must maintain physical fitness levels according to standards set by the Minneapolis Police Department as a term and condition of continued employment.Must pass thorough background investigation that includes meeting department standards regarding acceptable employment history, honesty, driving and conviction records.As the largest and most vibrant city in the state, Minneapolis depends on purposeful, dedicated and innovative employees. Minneapolis has a large variety of careers for people of all experiences and backgrounds who come together for a singular purpose-serving the residents, businesses and visitors of Minneapolis.The City of Minneapolis is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer.

    $53k-66k yearly est. 60d+ ago
  • Police Officer

    Minnesota City Jobs

    Border Patrol Agent Job 6 miles from Minneapolis

    Apply to join our team at any time during the year if you will be eligible to be MN POST licensed within six months of applying. Newly hired officers will receive a $5,000 hiring bonus. Lateral transfers with at least one year of experience as a sworn officer will receive a $10,000 hiring bonus.The key responsibilities of a Police Officer are to enforce State and Federal laws and City ordinances; conduct preliminary and follow-up investigations of incidents, traffic accidents and crimes; protect life and property; prevent crime; promote community relations; provide the highest level of service to residents and visitors; and to perform all duties within the guidelines, policies, procedures, rules, and regulations set forth by the Department.Apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/roseville" /> Job Opportunities | City Job Opportunities

    $53k-66k yearly est. 14d ago
  • Police Officer (Lateral Police Officers Only)

    City of Brooklyn Park, Mn 3.650 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (3)

    Border Patrol Agent Job 9 miles from Minneapolis

    Brooklyn Park Police Department is currently seeking lateral officers. The academy and field training process will be condensed based upon your prior law enforcement experience. The 109 sworn officers that serve the community of Brooklyn Park with professionalism, integrity, and honor are openly supported by our residents, elected officials, and city administration.The primary responsibility of this position is to preserve law and order; to protect life and property and enforce laws and ordinances in a manner consistent with the mission and goals of the Brooklyn Park Police Department and to create problem-solving relationships with the citizens using a thorough knowledge of the department's community-oriented policing philosophy.Brooklyn Park Police officers must demonstrate their commitment to our core values of Service, Justice and Courage. Candidates must have a desire to provide professional and impartial service to our diverse community. Candidates must uphold the principles of justice and demonstrate courage, integrity, and honor in all their actions.Sign-on BonusesWe are offering a $5,000 sign-on bonus to lateral officer candidates who have been employed as a full-time police officer within the last 12-months, with at least one-year of full-time licensed police officer experience. $2,500 will be paid with your first paycheck, and $2,500 will be paid upon successful completion of field training.Anticipated Hiring Wage / Contract Changes in 2024$41.93 - $49.91 per hour for lateral candidates ($87, 214.40 - $103,812.80 per year).2024 contract changes include shortened time between step progressions and ability to bank more comp time during the year. Specialconsideration will be given for special assignments previously held, such as SWAT, FTO, DT instructor, etc., size of the agency the candidate is transferring from, previous agency's annual calls for service, ability to speak additional languages and having a bachelor's or master's degree. Based upon the candidate's prior experience and education, they will receive service credits that help increase earning potential.Vacation TimeLateral officers will receive 48 hours of front-loaded vacation time. With department approval, lateral officers may be placed on the vacation accrual schedule recognizing up to four years of prior service.Sick TimeNewly hired officers will also receive 48 hours of front-loaded sick time.The Brooklyn Park Police Department also offers progressive equipment, such as external vest carriers and drones. The department has a strong focus on overall officer wellness including workout on duty in a fully equipped onsite fitness facility.If you are looking for exciting growth opportunities, we have canine handlers, SWAT, CNT, general and juvenile investigations, community outreach, task force detectives, and many more positions. Candidates would be eligible for all special assignments and promotions after they successfully complete field training.More information regarding the opportunities and benefits of being a police officer in Brooklyn Park is on our website at http://www.joinbppd.com.Essential Duties and Responsibilities* Enforce city ordinances, state and federal laws in a fair and uniform manner that promotes and provides for public safety; investigate violations in a fair, impartial and just manner and according to established department policies and procedures* Pro-actively patrol assigned areas; recognize and seek to resolve neighborhood issues that adversely affect public safety and livability* Initiate and foster positive community relationships with businesses, community residents, and visitors* Promote crime prevention awareness and successful prevention strategies* Respond to all emergency calls andtraffic accidents; administer first aid* Conduct searches of persons and places as required* Make arrests and safely transport prisoners* Maintain order at crime scenes, disturbances or accidents; interview witnesses and interrogate suspects; collect and preserve evidence* Appropriately use assigned equipment such as firearms, automobiles, computers, radios, radar, etc. in a safe and responsible manner* Appropriately communicate information using computers, police radios, phones, email, and other technologies* Prepare clear, accurate and timely reports* Testify and present evidence in criminal and civil legal proceedings* Serve warrants, subpoenas, and orders as directed by the court system* Perform duties in a manner that promotes the legitimacy of the department to serve everyone in the community* Commit and contribute to the success of the City's initiative to enhance the quality of life in Brooklyn Park* Participate and assist in training or extra activities beyond routine police functions* Performs other duties as assigned or apparentMinimum and Desired QualificationsMinimum Qualifications* Be a United States citizen, or have obtained lawful permanent residency (LPR) status, or completed the military naturalization process or have a pending citizenship application on file with the federal government* Must meet educational requirements or reciprocity standards of the Minnesota POST Board* Must be a licensed MN Peace Officer or eligible to be licensed by the State of Minnesota pursuant to MN Administrative Rules, Chapter 6700. Eligible to be licensed is defined as having completed the academic and skills training required by state statutes* Trained in first aid and achieved a First Responder, or higher-level certification, as recorded by the Minnesota EMS Regulatory Board, or an equivalent first aid/first responder certification from another state* Possess a valid driver's license from this or another state or U.S. territory* Eligible to carry a firearm in Minnesota; reference MN Statute 624.713* Successfully pass a drug test* Must be physically, medically, emotionally, and psychologically fit for full police duty. Fitness for duty is assessed by the City's occupational physicians and police psychologists after a conditional job offer is made* Successfully pass a backgroundinvestigation with no bars to peace officer licensure in Minnesota* Convictions of the following WILL result in the rejection of police applicants: reference Minnesota Administrative Rule 6700.0700, subpart E and F (1-4).* Must have at least one-year full-time experience as a police officer* Must have successfully passed the probationary period at your current department* Must not have received discipline which resulted in the loss of pay or benefits within the last yearDesired Qualifications* Previous experience as a volunteer* Previous experience working with youth, the disabled community, the elderly, or with drug/alcohol intervention issues* Fluency in a second language other than English that is represented in the population of Brooklyn Park* Demonstrated commitment to a healthy lifestyle that includes an ongoing fitness plan/regimen* Bachelor's degree or higher* Previous experience working in a public law enforcement agency serving a diverse populationAdditional InformationAdditional RequirementsApplicants must successfully pass all selection process events to include a fitness test, a comprehensive and thorough background investigation, a psychological exam, a medical exam and a drug test.Fitness Entrance ExamMust complete fitness entrance exam as established by the Brooklyn Park Police Department (BPPD) for consideration in moving forward in the hiring process. Employees will also be expected to pass Academy fitness standards set by the BPPD to graduate from the Academy.Fitness Standards1.5 Mile Run (min/sec) 15:30300 Meter Run (secs) 671 Minute Sit Up Test (#) 301 Minute Push Up Test (#) 15Anticipated Work Schedule

    $87.2k-103.8k yearly 47d ago
  • Police Officer

    City of Lakeville, Mn 4.050 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (4)

    Border Patrol Agent Job 21 miles from Minneapolis

    The City of Lakeville, a growing south metro community, is seeking Police Officer candidates to join our team! We are looking for individuals who can contribute to a collaborative, team environment, exemplify professionalism and have a desire to serve.Join us for an Open House!To learn more about this position and the Lakeville Police Department, attend our Open House:Date: Monday, June 24, 2024Time: 6:30 p.m.Location: 9237 183rd Street, LakevilleApplicants must be POST licensed or eligible to be licensed by January 1, 2025.Visit Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) for additional information:Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and TrainingMinimum Selection Standards for Peace Officer EligibilityRecruitment ScheduleApplications and resumes are due by 4:00p.m. on Monday, July 1, 2024.Interviews are tentatively scheduled for the week of July 8, 2024. Additional information will be provided to candidates selected to interview. Interview schedules may be subject to change.TrainingDuring the field training phase of employment, new patrol officers work 12-hour shifts. Shifts are scheduled to begin at 6 a.m., 2 p.m., and 6 p.m.About our DepartmentThe Lakeville Police Department offers a rewarding career path for dedicated individuals seeking to make a real difference. We foster a collaborative environment where officers can truly know their city while also owning their beat within our four designated sectors.Our core values are hard work and professionalism. We're a team of over 100 strong, comprised of sworn officers and essential support staff who are all dedicated to the community we serve.Our headquarters is a modern 70,000-square-foot facility brimming with the latest technology. A secure underground garage keeps our fleet of modern patrol vehicles - both marked and unmarked - ready for action. Our fleet also includes specialized units like K-9 squads and crime scene investigation vehicles.At LPD, we believe in fostering strong relationships with the community we serve. Throughout the year, you'll have the opportunity to connect with residents at a variety of events. These include National Night Out, the First Responders Community Picnic, Safety Camps, Shop with a Hero, and even Lakeville's annual community celebration, Pan-O-Prog.About our CityNestled amongst numerous lakes and an extensive park system, Lakeville offers a vibrant lifestyle across its 38.2 square miles. As one of the fastest growing cities in Minnesota, and the largest within Dakota County, our population is booming- reaching an estimated 73,000 residents.The Lakeville Police Department serves a diverse community, encompassing three school districts (Lakeville, and portions of Rosemount and Farmington). Our city boasts a thriving business landscape, with a robust industrial park and several big-box retailers, ensuring a variety of law enforcement experiences.Major Areas of Accountability* Respond to police calls and/or emergencies, both off-duty and on-duty, as directed. Operate vehicles properly under both emergency and tactical conditions.* Handle arrest situations and procedures as appropriate. This may include the apprehension of violators or providing appropriate warnings to suspects.* Monitor and control hazardous roadway conditions and perform immediate action to remedy hazardous conditions; enforce traffic laws and other ordinances; and assist stranded motorists.* Respond to traffic accidents and triage scenes. Provide rescue help and emergency first aid treatment as necessary and provide support to other agencies as directed.* Conduct initial review of investigations including taking statements and gathering information or physical evidence as required. serve warrants and subpoenas as directed.* Respond and react to various complaints and calls for assistance as appropriate or directed.* Complete required reports and related documents for investigations, accidents, and preparation for court.* Interact with victims, witnesses, survivors, and outside agencies in order to maintain effective community relations. Communicate appropriate information to help make the public aware of special areas of concern.* Monitor and report on vehicle condition and appearance. Request necessary repairs. Restock vehicle with supplies when appropriate.* Perform such other duties as are consistent with the tasks of the position and as may be assigned by the Chief of Police, his designee, or the City.Physical Requirements and Working Conditions* This work requires the regular exertion of up to 10 pounds of force, frequent exertion of up to 25 pounds of force and occasional exertion of over 100 pounds of force;* Work regularly requires speaking or hearing, using hands to finger, handle or feel, reaching with hands and arms and repetitive motions, frequently requires sitting and occasionally requires standing, walking, climbing or balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling, tasting or smelling, pushing or pulling and lifting;* Work requires close vision, distance vision, ability to adjust focus, depth perception, color perception, night vision and peripheral vision;* Vocal communication is required for expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word and conveying detailed or important instructions to others accurately, loudly or quickly;* Hearing is required to perceive information at normal spoken word levels and to receive detailed information through oral communications and/or to make fine distinctions in sound;* Work requires preparing and analyzing written or computer data, visual inspection involving small defects and/or small parts, using of measuring devices, operating machines, operating motor vehicles or equipment and observing general surroundings and activities;* Work regularly requires exposure to outdoor weather conditions and occasionally requires wet, humid conditions (non-weather), working near moving mechanical parts, working in high, precarious places, exposure to fumes or airborne particles, exposure to toxic or caustic chemicals, exposure to extreme cold (non-weather), exposure to extreme heat (non-weather), exposure to the risk of electrical shock, working with explosives, exposure to vibration, wearing a self-contained breathing apparatus and exposure to bloodborne pathogens and may be required to wear specialized personal protective equipment;* Work is generally in a loud noise location (e.g. grounds maintenance, heavy traffic).Qualifications* A Bachelor's degree in law enforcement, criminal justice or a related field; OR* An Associate's degree in law enforcement, criminal justice or a related field;* Eligible to be licensed as a peace officer by the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.).* Must possess a valid driver's license.* Must successfully complete a physical exam, psychological assessment, drug and alcohol screening, and background investigation. No felony convictions.* Knowledge of State Statutes and local ordinances.* Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills.* Knowledge and experience in computer operations, including word processing.* Ability to cope with situations professionally, courteously and tactfully and with respect for the rights of the citizen.* Ability to acquire skill in the use and care of firearms.Desired Qualifications* Knowledge of modern police service delivery and investigation methods and procedures.* Knowledge of recent developments, current literature and sources of information regarding modern police methods, techniques, and records.City of Lakeville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    $53k-64k yearly est. 5d ago
  • Police Officer

    City of Coon Rapids, Mn 3.750 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (5)

    Border Patrol Agent Job 13 miles from Minneapolis

    We are a family-orientated culture and serve an outstanding community where officers are thankful for our citizens' and Council's unwavering support. Our department takes pride in supporting one another, enjoy a strong culture of wellness with workout facilities on site and two wellness days per year! We are proud of our innovative programs and robust resources for mental health support. Career wise - we offer something for entry level to lateral, including a supportive work environment dedicated to fostering professional growth! We have strong FTO and mentorship programs, state of the art virtual training facility, ongoing commitment to training through BCA and other offsite professional development. We offer rotating opportunities for detective assignments, SWAT, mobile field force, firearms, response to resistance, K-9 and reality-based training instructors. We have a great team of officers who go above and beyond to ensure strong community engagement and exceptional public service. We no doubt have something great here and we are seeking exceptional individuals to join our team who share this same service philosophy!2024 Pay Range $37.03 to $49.302025 Pay Range $38.97 to $51.89Why should you work for us?* We are a family, close knit and community supported!* Compensation which matches your experience. Lateral transfers welcomed!* Development and growth opportunities.* Specialty Assignment pay- 4%above base rate!* Longevity Pay* 5% of salary per month after 8 years of service* 7.5% of salary per month after 12 years of service* 10% of salary per month after 16 years of service

    $37-49.3 hourly 36d ago
  • Police Officer

    City of Blaine, Mn 3.750 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (6)

    Border Patrol Agent Job 13 miles from Minneapolis

    Under general direction of the Police Sergeants, this position is responsible, in an assigned district during a specified period of time, for the maintenance of order, enforcement of laws, and protection of life and property. This position also assists in the investigation of criminal offenses, accidents, and other police-related problems. This position currently works a 12-hour shift schedule.Examples of Duties* Respond to complaints such as prowlers, trespass, fights, domestics, alarms, etc.* Handle arrest situations and procedures.* Drive patrol car to monitor traffic; operate communication equipment and vehicle monitoring equipment such as radar; observe and detect traffic violations; and operate vehicle in emergency mode.* Patrol assigned area by vehicle.* Write detailed reports to document activities in situations requiring that public order be maintained and/or restored.* Answer questions from the public on the phone or in person regarding issues such as project status, complaints, and law interpretation, or refer citizens to proper agencies.* Face threatening situations and be prepared to use deadly force when justified.* Search areas for suspects.* Take written and oral statements from victims and witnesses.* Request checks on car registrations, warrants, and firearms, and issue tickets, citations, and tags for illegal violations.* Make business checks or vacation checks of private dwellings.* Monitor crime areas by vehicle or foot patrol.* Complete routine, non-emergency reports and initial investigative reports.* Interview suspects, witnesses, citizens, victims, and others as required.* Interrogate suspects and take sworn statements, formal confessions, or depositions in preparation for court or trial appearances.* Maintain skills proficiency.These examples are intended only as illustrations of various types of work performed and are not necessarily all inclusive. The job description is subject to change as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities* Knowledge of police principles, practices, procedures, purposes, tools, techniques, and equipment, especially as applicable to duties of assignments.* Knowledge of relevant laws, rules, and regulations.* Skill in the use of firearms and vehicles.* Ability to apply police principles, practices, and procedures to solve police problems.* Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.* Ability to meet and deal with the public tactfully, with courtesy, or, when the occasion demands, with firmness.* Ability to withstand adverse weather conditions.Supplemental InformationMINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:* US citizen.* Valid driver's license with a good driving record.* MN POST Board licensed, eligible to be licensed, or successfully completed the reciprocity exam by December31, 2024.* Successful completion of comprehensive background examination and determination of no POST Board "Standards of Conduct" violations.DESIRABLE REQUIREMENTS:* Proficiency in a second language, preferably Spanish, Hmong, Arabic or Sign Language.* One year of experience in law enforcement, either a sworn, non-sworn, or volunteer position.* CPR and First Aid certification.

    $60k-76k yearly est. 60d+ ago
  • Police Cadet (Full-time)

    City of Woodbury, Mn 3.750 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (7)

    Border Patrol Agent Job 16 miles from Minneapolis

    Are you currently attending training and within 9 months of completing POST? Do you wish to be paid to go to school and have assistance with the cost of school? The Police Cadets is a non-certified uniformed (but not armed) member of the Public Safety Department. Police Cadets candidates have a desire to become future Police Officers and are required to perform non-hazardous duties that relate to public safety with the primary responsibility to promote a safe and healthy atmosphere in the community.Minimum of one position for a candidate who possesses a minimum of a 2-year degree.Minimum of one position for a candidate who is within 9 months of completing a POST approved skills program.Hiring Salary Range is $28.97 - $34.00 per hourApplications will be reviewed as received.Essential DutiesESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Take oral and written orders as assigned by the Public Safety Director or his or her designee.Handle minor traffic accidents and assist in traffic and crowd control.Assist police officers by transporting individuals to jail.Handle animal complaints including investigating complaints, impounding animals and citing owners in violation of city code.Patrol for and resolve violations of municipal ordinances including but not limited to junk cars, burning violations, trash violations, parking violations, and violations relating to use of public parks and playgrounds. Patrol to observe other law violations and report them to a police officer on duty.Transport property and evidence as required. Provide general assistance on non-hazardous activities in all areas of police work.Maintain department vehicles and equipment. Transport department vehicles and equipment for repair or cleaning. Report needed repairs or replacement of city property, including road signs and streetlights. Report any hazardous condition observed.Perform office duties as needed.Fosters an inclusive work culture and advances the City's diversity, equity and inclusion goals.Maintain and foster an environment, which facilitates the Exceeding Expectations (professional, responsive, leaders) philosophy of the City.Perform all other duties and assume other responsibilities as assigned or apparent.ADDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT INFORMATIONPosition may perform fieldwork activities after scenes are safe and secured by law enforcement.Police Cadets wear a uniform on a daily basis including body worn cameras and an approved duty belt with chemical irritants, taser, handcuffs, flashlight, and radio.Police Cadets drive City vehicles.SPECIALIZED TOOLS AND EQUIPMENTAnimal control devices such as pole grabber and cagesQualificationsMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Must have earned a minimum of a 2-year degree OR be within 9 months of completing a POST approved skills program.Minimum age - 18 years of age.Valid and unrestricted driver's license.Ability to work 40 hours a week, generally between 6:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. Sunday through Saturday.Ability to work with animals.Ability to communicate effectively with the public in a polite and respectful manner even under conditions of stress.Ability to communicate effectively in making oral and written reports.Ability to pass a public safety background.Ability to pass a public safety psychological exam.Ability to pass a public safety physical exam.The demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:Proficiency in a second language.EnvironmentA. Work ActivitiesAll categories are based on a ten (10) hour workday. The job entails:ActivityPer Day/ShiftConditions/Comments0-4Hrs4-7Hrs7-10HrsNot RoutineLift 0-10 lbs.xRoutine daily lifting of supplies, paperwork, details for Police department, and special equipment.Lift 11-25 lbs.xInfrequent daily lifting of equipment (for Police department) and handling/impounding animals.Lift 26-50 lbs.xInfrequent daily lifting of equipment (for Police department) and handling/impounding animals.Lift 51-100 lbs.xNo routine tasks.Carry 0-10 lbs.xRoutine daily lifting of supplies, paperwork, details for Police department, and special equipment.Carry 11-25 lbs.xInfrequent daily carrying of equipment (for Police department) and handling/impounding animals.Carry 26-50 lbs.xInfrequent daily lifting of equipment (for Police department) and handling/impounding animals.Carry 51-100 lbs.xNo routine tasks.StandxStanding or walking for ½ the work shift; fieldwork activities to include vehicle lockouts, animal complaints, minor traffic accidents/traffic control, Park patrol, and details for Police department.WalkxSitxSitting for ½ the work shift; driving vehicle for patrol operations.Push / PullxDaily push/pull vehicle doors and various fieldwork activities.ClimbxDaily climbing/stepping in and out of vehicles. Must be able to ascend/descend fixed stairs.CrawlxVery infrequent need to crawl to perform fieldwork activities.Bend / Kneel / SquatxInfrequent daily bend/kneel/squat to perform fieldwork activities.TwistxOccasional daily twisting to operate vehicle (use of hands/arms/neck/torso). Daily twisting or hands/arms to perform fieldwork activities.ReachxInfrequent daily reaching to perform fieldwork activities.GraspxRoutine daily grasping of forms/paperwork, wheel of vehicle, supplies, etc.Overhead ReachxInfrequent overhead reaching to perform fieldwork activities.B. Job ClassificationThis job is considered:Sedentary: Mostly sitting. None to infrequent lift or carry work activities (not lifting more than 10 lbs.).xLight Work: Occasional sitting. Some lift or carry work activities (not lifting more than 50 lbs.).Medium Work: Some sitting. Moderate lift or carry work activities (occasionally lifting 50 lbs., not lifting more than 75 lbs.).Heavy Work: Infrequent sitting. Lifting up to 100 lbs. occasionally and routine lift and carry up to 50 lbs.Very Heavy Work: Rare sitting. Lifting over 100 lbs. frequently and frequently lift and carry more than 50 lbs.C. Hazards and Work ControlsThe order of precedence and effectiveness of hazard control includes engineering controls, administrative controls, and personal protective equipment. Engineering controls include designing the facility, equipment, or process to remove or lessen the hazard, enclosing or isolating the hazard, or removal or redirection of a hazard thru industrial ventilation. Administrative controls include operating procedures, work permits, signs, monitoring of hazardous materials or processes, and training. Personal protective equipment is an acceptable method of control when engineering controls do not totally eliminate the hazard or when work procedures do not provide sufficient protection or during emergencies.The following table represents hazards and controls identified during the analysis. However, we do not warrant that all hazards and associated controls have been assessed. Instead, this table represents a baseline for ongoing risk management assessments for the respective position.HazardControlsConditions/CommentsEngineeringAdministrativePersonal Protective EquipmentBloodborne Pathogens / Other Potentially Infectious Body Fluids / Infectious AgentsxxxPotential exposure to blood and other potentially infectious agents while handling contaminated materials as directed by Police department. CPR/first aid is not required; voluntary participation. Engineering controls includes use of approved sharps containers. Administrative controls include inclusion into City Bloodborne Pathogen Program. At dispatch, a hands-free medic sink is provided to properly wash hands as needed. Personal protective equipment includes required use of hand protection such as disposable gloves.Chemical Exposure / Hazardous SubstancesxxPotential exposure to OS (MK3) gas and handling materials as directed by the Police department. Administrative controls include inclusion into City Employee Right to Know Program; use of safety data sheets via MSDSOnline. Personal protective equipment such as disposable gloves required for most chemical interactions.Communicable Diseases-none-Position does not have routine, expected exposure to communicable diseases.Compressed Gases-none-Position does not have routine, expected exposure to compressed gases.Confined Spaces-none-Position does not require employees to enter permit required or non-permit confined spaces.Crush / Compression-none-Positions do not require employees to wear protective crush / compression resistant footwear. Cut / LacerationxExposure to cuts / lacerations while handling animals or using tools. Personal protective equipment required for hand protection through use of canvas or Kevlar gloves.Electrical-none-Position does not have routine, expected exposure to live electrical (ErgonomicsxxPosition requires employees to bend/kneel/squat, reach, overhead reach, etc. to perform fieldwork activities. Community service vehicles are equipped with specialized ergonomics such as adjustable computer trays.Extreme TemperaturexPosition requires employees to work outdoors for fieldwork activities. Personal protective equipment such as rain and thermal gear provided.Falling Objects-none-Position does not have routine, expected exposure to falling objects. Flying Objects / Projectiles-none-Position does not have routine, expected exposure to flying objects/projectiles.Hazardous Waste-none-Position does not have routine, expected exposure to hazardous waste.High Intensity Light / UV Light / Radiation-none-Position does not have routine, expected exposure to high intensity light, UV light, or radiation.Noise-none-Position does not have routine, expected exposure to noise. NOTE: community service vehicles are not equipped with sirens.Slip/Trip/FallxPersonal protective equipment includes use of non-slip footwear.ViolenceXxAdministrative policies for violent interactions include Field Training Officer (FTO) Manual and Defensive Tactics. Employees carry OC gas. Visibility / Traffic / Vehicle or Equipment OperationxxOfficers are trained to a defensive driving course provided by Dakota County. Community service vehicles have high visibility reflective marking. Additional visibility devices deployed for emergencies include use of flares. Officers wear high visibility vest.Zoonotic DiseasesxxDiseases that can transfer between animals and humans are known as zoonotic diseases (ex. Lyme's disease, avian influenza, E-coli, etc.). Administrative controls include procedures on safe handling of animals (dead or alive) to avoid exposure to zoonotic illnesses. Personal protective equipment includes disposable gloves, disposable suits, use repellants (ex. permethrin), etc.

    $29-34 hourly 16d ago
  • Police Officer Full-Time

    Metropolitan Council 4.550 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (8)

    Border Patrol Agent Job In Minneapolis, MN

    Print (https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/metrocouncil/jobs/newprint/4341807) Apply Police Officer Full-Time Salary $78,644.80 - $104,852.80 Annually Job Type Full-Time Job Number 2024-00023 Division Metro Transit Department Transit Police Patrol ServOpening Date01/11/2024Closing DateContinuous+ Description+ Benefits+ QuestionsWHO WE AREThe Metro Transit Police Department is hiring FT Police Officers and Lateral FT Police Officers. Both are eligible for hiring bonuses!2024 Salary Rates:Start -- $37.81 hourly / $78,645 annualAfter year 1 -- $40.84 hourly / $84,947 annualAfter year 2 -- $43.86 hourly / $91,229 annualAfter year 3 -- $46.87 hourly / $97,490 annualAfter year 4 -- $50.41 hourly / $104,853 annualThe Metro Transit Police Department isone of the fastest growing law enforcement agencies in the state due the expansion of light rail and Rapid Transit Bus systems. We are a licensed police force committed to the safety of our customers and employees, serving eight counties and approximately 85 cities in the region. There is an authorized strength of 171 full-time officers, 80 part-time officers, 70 community service officers and 34 administrative staff dedicated to one thing: public safety on and near our transit system. Our mission statement is: Safeguarding the transit community with integrity and professionalism while building trust through community partnerships. We strive to provide excellent police service each and every day.We are committed to maintaining and cultivating a diverse department, reflective of the communities we serve. Nearly half of our force is made up of women and people of color.To find out more about the Metro Transit Police Department, please click here (https://www.metrotransit.org/police) .We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits and a good work/life balance. More about why you should join us! (http://metrocouncil.org/Employment/Making-A-Difference.aspx)What you would do in this jobAs a Sworn Full-Time Metro Transit Police Officer, you will protect employees and passengers, and safeguard property and equipment of Metro Transit across all municipalities of our eight county Metro-wide system. You will patrol assigned areas in a squad car, on foot, or onboard public transit and perform visual inspections and recognize, respond, investigate, and enforce violations of laws and ordinances.What education and experience are required for this job (minimum qualifications)+ An associate degree in Law Enforcement from an accredited College or University AND must currently be MN Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) licensed oreligible to be POST licensed as a full-time peace officer in the State of Minnesota by the time of conditional offer.+ Valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record.FT Officers are eligible for up to a $4,000 hiring bonus:+ $1,000 after successful completion of the Academy+ $1,000 after completion of FTO, and+ $2,000 after successfully completing a probationary period.To be eligible for a Lateral Officer you:+ Must currently be employed full-time in a sworn position by a law enforcement agency.+ Must have at least 18 months of continuous experience in a sworn position (must be immediately preceding employment with Metro Transit to be eligible for the hiring bonus).+ An associate degree in Law Enforcement from an accredited College or University AND must currently be MN Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) licensed.+ Valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record.Lateral Officers are eligible for an $8,000 hiring bonus.+ $4,000 upon successful completion of (6) six months of employment.+ $4,000 upon successful completion of (12) twelve months of employment.What additional skills and experience would be helpful in this job (desired qualifications):+ Bachelor's degree in Law Enforcement from an accredited College or University+ Conversational in a second language other than EnglishFor a full listing of job duties, knowledge, skills, and abilities and physical requirements, click HERE (https://agency.governmentjobs.com/metrocouncil/default.cfm?action=specbulletin&ClassSpecID=94352&headerfooter=0) .Additional informationUnion : Law Enforcement Labor Services (LELS) 432FLSA: Non-ExemptSafety Sensitive:Yes, subject to random DOT drug testsSELECTION PROCESS:Candidates will be referred to the hiring supervisor for consideration based on the results of the following assessment process:+ Minimum Qualification Review- Review by Human Resources to ensure minimum qualifications are met, including an acceptable Work Record Evaluation for internal ATU employees.+ Structured Panel Interview- Scored interview by a panel of Metro Transit/Met Council staff.+ Chief Selection Interview - Interview including the Chief of Police (may be held after background is complete).+ Background Check - Candidates must pass a thorough background investigation conducted by the Metro Transit Police Department.+ Psychological Evaluation- After passing the background check, a conditional offer of employment may be extended. All candidates must be recommended for hire based on the psychological evaluation.+ Medical Examination / Work Performance Test / Drug test- Candidates must successfully pass the medical examination, work performance and pre-employment drug screen.Criminal Background Checks:Convictions are not an automatic disqualification from the selection process and must fall within Minnesota State Statute 6700.0700.IMPORTANT: If you make a false statement or withhold information, you may be barred from job consideration.Candidates will be notified of their application status through email only.The Metropolitan Council is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and veteran-friendly employer. The Council is committed to a workforce that reflects the diversity of the region and strongly encourages persons of color, members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities, women, and veterans to apply.If you have a disability that requires an accommodation during the selection process, please email HR-OCCHealth@metc.state.mn.us .We believe our employees are a key to our agency's success! In order to attract and retain high quality employees, the Council provides a highly competitive benefits package both in choice and coverage levels. Some highlights about our benefits are listed below:+ Guaranteed monthly retirement income through Minnesota State Retirement System pension fund+ Opportunity to save additional funds for retirement on a tax-deferred basis through a voluntary deferred compensation (457) plan+ Two or more medical plans from which to choose, with employer contribution towards premiums over 80%+ Dental insurance, life insurance and vision insuranceThe following benefits are provided to all employees as part of working for the Council. You will have access to free:+ Well@Work clinic+ bus/rail pass valued at over $1200 per year+ parking at many job locations+ fitness centers at many job locations+ Employee Assistance Program+ extensive health and wellness programs and resources01Applicant Instructions: The supplemental questions listed below are to further evaluate your education and experience and to determine your eligibility for this position. Answer each question completely and please do not type "see resume" otherwise your application will be considered incomplete and you will not receive further consideration for this position. The experience you indicate in your responses should also be consistent with the Work History section of this application. If you attached a resume to your application, it will be reviewed at the education and experience review step. I have read and understand the above instructions regarding supplemental questions.+ Yes+ No02How did youfirsthear about this job opening?+ CareerForce Center+ Community Event/Organization+ Employee Referral+ Facebook+ Glassdoor+ Indeed+ Job Fair+ LinkedIn+ Metro Transit Bus Advertisem*nt+ Twitter+ Website: governmentjobs.com+ Website: metrocouncil.org+ Website: metrotransit.org+ Website: minnesotajobnetwork.com+ Other03If you selected 'Other', please describe where you first heard about this job. if you selected 'Employee Referral' please enter the employee's first and last name, ID number (if known), and job title. Type N/A if not applicable.04Which of the following best describes your Minnesota P.O.S.T. Board licensure or eligibility for Minnesota P.O.S.T. Board licensing?+ I am currently licensed by Minnesota P.O.S.T.+ I have passed the POST test and I am currently eligible for MN POST licensing, but my license is inactive.+ I have passed the POST test and I am currently eligible for MN POST licensing, but my license has not been activated.+ I am not currently eligible for MN POST licensing, but will be by the time of conditional offer (after background is complete).+ I am NOT eligible for MN POST licensing.05I have completed the necessary education and SKILLS to be MN POST license eligible or am already licensed.+ Yes+ No06If you answered "No" to the previous question, please indicate the date you anticipate completion of your education and SKILLS.07Do you have previous experience working as a full-time sworn police officer? (Full-Time sworn is defined as a full-time licensed officer working full-time hours).+ Less than 18 months+ 18-24 months+ 24-36 months+ 36 or more months+ I do not have full-time sworn police officer experience.08Have you been suspended or terminated from employment within the past three (3) years?+ Yes+ No09If hired by the Metro Transit Police Department, would you be eligible to carry a firearm in the State of MN?+ Yes+ No10Are you conversational in any language other than English? (Include Sign Language)+ Yes+ No11If you answered yes to question #10, please list language(s) and describe your level of proficiency.12Why are you interested in becoming a Police Officer with the Metro Transit Police Department?Required QuestionAgencyMetropolitan CouncilAddress390 Robert St. N.St. Paul, Minnesota, 55101Websitehttps://metrocouncil.orgApplyPlease verify your email address Verify Email

    $78.6k-104.9k yearly 60d+ ago
  • Police Officer (Instructor)

    Department of Veterans Affairs 4.450 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (9)

    Border Patrol Agent Job In Minneapolis, MN

    This position will serve as a Police Officer - Training Instructor at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center in Minneapolis, MN. The Police Officer - Training Instructor will perform a full range of police duties by following and executing rules, regulations, or procedures covering law and rules enforcement, physical and personal security operations, patrol duties, control desk duty, coordination with local courts, and/or crime prevention activities for the local jurisdiction.Learn more about this agencyHelpOverview* Accepting applications* Open & closing dates06/13/2024 to 06/17/2024* Salary$77,901 - $101,274 per year* Pay scale & gradeGS 7* HelpLocation1 vacancy in the following location:* Minneapolis, MN* Remote jobNo* Telework eligibleNo* Travel Required25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.* Relocation expenses reimbursedNo* Appointment typePermanent* Work scheduleFull-time* ServiceCompetitive* Promotion potentialNone* Job family (Series)0083 Police* Supervisory statusNo* Security clearanceOther* Drug testYes* Position sensitivity and riskModerate Risk (MR)* Trust determination processCredentialingSuitability/Fitness* Announcement numberCBSY-12437154-24-TRC* Control number795477100HelpThis job is open to* Career transition (CTAP, ICTAP, RPL)Federal employees who meet the definition of a "surplus" or "displaced" employee.* The publicU.S. Citizens, Nationals or those who owe allegiance to the U.S.Clarification from the agencyALL US CITIZENS. DIRECT HIRE AUTHORITY: This position is being filled using Direct-Hire Authority (5 CFR 337.201) for this occupation.VideosHelpDutiesMajor duties include but are not limited to:* Serve and protect Veterans, patients, employees, contractors, volunteers, affiliates, visitors and others who frequent VA facilities;* Ensures a safe and secure environment;* Takes charge of significant and catastrophic events;* Providing training and education to Veterans Health Administration Police Officers.* Conducts classroom lectures, presentations and skills demonstrations;* Develops, presents, delivers, and coordinates for training programs;* Prepares lesson plans and training material for class participants;* Modifies training curriculum as needed;* Establishes and maintains statistical database of training requirements, schedules, rosters, training records and training results;* Conducts research to assess training needs and programs;* Performs other related duties as assigned.Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, Administrative hours/tour of duty to be determined and discussed with supervisor.Virtual: This is not a virtual position.Position Description/PD#: Police Officer (Instructor)/PD99844SRelocation/Recruitment Incentives: Not AuthorizedCritical Skills Incentive (CSI): AuthorizedFinancial Disclosure Report: Not requiredBargaining Unit: Yes, AFGE/1272Designated Drug-Testing Position: Applicants tentatively selected for VA employment in a testing designated position are subject to urinalysis to screen for illegal drug use prior to appointment. Applicants who refuse to be tested will be denied employment with VA. Applicants will not be appointed to the position if a verified positive drug test result is received.The VA Midwest Health Care Network advocates for a Whole Health System of care in each of the Medical Centers. This is an approach to healthcare that empowers and equips people to take charge of their health and well-being and live their lives to the fullest. As an employee operating in a Whole Health System of care, you will operate in a model with three core elements, seeking to create a personalized health plan for each Veteran. This is done in the context of healing relationships and healing environments and a connection back to the Veteran's community. This aligns with the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Mission Statement to Honor America's Veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well-being.HelpRequirementsConditions of Employment* You must be a U.S. citizen to apply for this job* Subject to a background/suitability investigation* Designated and/or random drug testing may be required* May serve a probationary period* Selective Service Registration is required for males born after 12/31/1959* A complete application package; Resume, Transcripts, etc* Selected applicants will be required to complete an online onboarding process* Participation in the seasonal influenza vaccination program is a requirement for all Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care Personnel (HCP)* Participation in the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccination program is a requirement for all Veterans Health Administration Health Care Personnel (HCP) as indicated in VHA Directive 1193.01QualificationsTo qualify for this position, applicants must meet all requirements by the closing date of this announcement,06/17/2024.You may qualify based on your experience and/or education as described below:* Specialized Experience: you must have at least one (1) full year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-6 grade level in the Federal service (or equivalent pay band), that provided a knowledge of a body of basic laws and regulations, law enforcement operations, practices, and techniques and involved responsibility for maintaining order and protecting life and property. Specialized experience includes leading and conducting investigations, apprehensions and detentions of persons suspected or convicted of criminal violations; maintaining order to protect life and property; responding to emergency situations; gathering information and preparing reports; conducting routine patrol, traffic control, and traffic accident investigations; assisting in conducting classroom lectures, presentations, or skills demonstrations; and recommending modifications of training curriculum when necessary. Creditable specialized experience may have been gained in work on a police force; through service as a military police officer; in work providing visitor protection and law enforcement in parks, forests, or other natural resource or recreational environments; in performing criminal investigative duties; or in other work that provided the required knowledge and skills. Experience as a security guard or corrections officer is generally not qualifying.Note: You must provide detailed information of your experience performed. Information such as "I was a Patrolman", "I was a Police Officer for a number of years," or "I enforced Federal, State, county, and laws" is insufficient to determine your qualifications. Experience must be fully documented on your resume and must include job title, duties, month and year start/end dates AND hour worked per week.* Education and Training* First Response* Partnering* Public Safety and Security* Security* Teaching OthersExperience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religions; spiritual; community; student; social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.POLICE OFFICER CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT1. New VA Police Officers are required to attend an 8-10 week course at the VA Law Enforcement Training Center in Little Rock, Arkansas. Satisfactory completion of this course is a condition of continued employment.2. A medical examination is required. The duties of these positions require moderate to arduous physical exertion and/or duties of a hazardous nature. The following medical requirements apply to all applicants: good near and distant vision, ability to distinguish basic colors, and ability to hear the conversational voice.3. Applicants and employees must have the capacity to perform the essential functions of the position without risk to themselves or others. Applicants and employees must possess emotional and mental stability. A psychological examination is required. In most instances, a specific medical condition or impairment will not automatically disqualify an applicant or employee. A medical condition or impairment is disqualifying only if the condition, for good medical reason, precludes assignment to or warrants restriction from the duties of the specific position. For some positions, the loss or impairment of a specific function may be compensated for by the satisfactory use of a prosthesis or mechanical aid. Reasonable accommodation shall also be considered in determining an applicant's ability to perform the duties of a position.4. A character investigation will be conducted on applicants selected for employment. The purpose of such an investigation is to secure evidence of the candidate's honesty, integrity, general character, and loyalty to the U.S. Government.5. As a condition of employment, must qualify to be issued a firearm and semi-annually with assigned firearm, annually with an expandable Straight Baton (MEB), maintain a valid State or Commonwealth Driver's License and pass annual physical and psychosocial assessments. Applicants must be able to possess firearms under the terms of the Gun Control Act of 1968, as amended (18 U.S.C. 922(g)(9).5. As a condition of employment, must qualify to be issued a firearm and semi-annually with assigned firearm, annually with an expandable Straight Baton (MEB), maintain a valid State or Commonwealth Driver's License and pass annual physical and psychosocial assessments. Applicants must be able to possess firearms under the terms of the Gun Control Act of 1968, as amended (18 U.S.C. 922(g)(9)Physical Requirements: You will be asked to participate in a pre-employment examination or evaluation as part of the pre-employment process for this position. Questions about physical demands or environmental factors may be addressed at the time of evaluation or examination.Work Conditions: The work involves both moderate and high risks and possible endangerment of life or serious injury that requires the exercise of safety precautions and use of personal protective equipment The work is performed in settings in which there is regular and recurring exposure to moderate to severe discomforts and unpleasantness, such as high temperatures in confined spaces, high temperatures due to mandatory protective personal equipment, or adverse weather conditions during extended periods of traffic and patrol duties. The work involves moderate risk requiring exercise of safety precautions when working around hazardous materials such as toxic gases, explosives, infectious biological materials, and others that pose a moderate risk of exposure.Driver's License Requirement: Applicants must possess a valid, unrestricted State driver's license, have a safe driving record, and demonstrate that he or she is medically qualified to operate the appropriate motor vehicle safely. Applicants are required to pass agency Government Vehicle Drivers physical examination. NOTE: We cannot accept photographs, therefore; please do not submit a copy of your driver's license with your application package. If an interview is requested, you may be required to provide a copy of your valid state-issued driver's license.Firearm Requirement: VA Police Officers are required to carry agency-approved firearms while on duty on VA property. Officers must achieve and maintain qualification/certification with the agency-approved firearms as condition of gaining and continuing employment as a Police Officer. Applicants must be able to possess firearms under the terms of the Gun Control Act of 1968, as amended (18 U.S.C. 922(g)(9).EducationThere is no educational substitution at this grade level.Additional informationThe following will be communicated to applicants for VA employment in a testing designated position and will also be included in all VA vacancy announcements for such positions: All applicants tentatively selected for VA employment in a testing designated position are subject to urinalysis to screen for illegal drugs use prior to appointment. Applicants who refuse to be tested will be denied employment with VA.This occupation is currently approved for a Veterans Health Administration enterprise-wide Critical Skills Incentive through 09/08/2024. Candidates may be eligible for a lump sum CSI for a pro-rated amount if onboard prior to the CSI expiration date. Eligible candidates will be required to sign a service agreement agreeing to an obligated service period and failure to complete the obligated service period may result in a debt for the unearned portion of the CSI.The Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan (ICTAP) and Career Transition Assistance Plan (CTAP) provide eligible displaced VA competitive service employees with selection priority over other candidates for competitive service vacancies. To be well-qualified, applicants must possess experience that exceeds the minimum qualifications of the position including all selective factors if applicable, and must be proficient in most of the requirements of the job. Information about ICTAP and CTAP eligibility is on OPM's Career Transition Resources website which can be found at https://www.opm.gov/.Receiving Service Credit for Earning Annual (Vacation) Leave: Federal Employees earn annual leave at a rate (4, 6 or 8 hours per pay period) which is based on the number of years they have served as a Federal employee. VA may offer newly-appointed Federal employee's credit for their job-related non-federal experience or active duty uniformed military service. This credited service can be used in determining the rate at which they earn annual leave. Such credit must be requested and approved prior to the appointment date and is not guaranteed.This job opportunity announcement may be used to fill additional vacancies.Pursuant to VHA Directive 1193.01, VHA health care personnel (HCP) are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 subject to such accommodations as required by law (i.e., medical, religious or pregnancy). VHA HCPs do not include remote workers who only infrequently enter VHA locations. If selected, you will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and submit documentation of proof of vaccination before your start date. The agency will provide additional information regarding what information or documentation will be needed and how you can request a legally required accommodation from this requirement using the reasonable accommodation process.Read more* BenefitsHelpA career with the U.S. government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package. As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding. Opens in a new window Learn more about federal benefits.Review our benefitsEligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.How You Will Be EvaluatedYou will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.IN DESCRIBING YOUR EXPERIENCE, PLEASE BE CLEAR AND SPECIFIC. WE WILL NOT MAKE ASSUMPTIONS REGARDING YOUR EXPERIENCE. Applicants will be referred in the order in which they were received.Narrative responses are not required at this time. If you are referred for consideration, you may be asked to submit additional job related information, which may include, but not limited to; responses to the knowledge, skills and abilities; completion of a work sample, and/or contact for an interview. Your resume and/or supporting documentation will be verified. Please follow all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your rating or consideration for employment.The Department of Veterans Affairs performs pre-employment reference checks as an assessment method used in the hiring process to verify information provided by a candidate (e.g., on resume or during interview or hiring process); gain additional knowledge regarding a candidate's abilities; and assist a hiring manager with making a final selection for a position.It is the policy of the VA to not deny employment to those that have faced financial hardships or periods of unemployment.Veterans and Transitioning Service Members: Please visit the VA for Vets site for career-search tools for Veterans seeking employment at VA, career development services for our existing Veterans, and coaching and reintegration support for military service members.

    $77.9k-101.3k yearly 3d ago
  • Deputy Sheriff - PUBLIC SAFETY RETENTION PAYMENTS up to $2,500!

    Washington County 4.350 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (10)

    Border Patrol Agent Job 23 miles from Minneapolis

    Print (https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washingtonmn/jobs/newprint/4496162) Apply Deputy Sheriff - PUBLIC SAFETY RETENTION PAYMENTS up to $2,500! Salary $37.97 - $51.21 Hourly Job Type Full Time Job Number 24-00073 Department Sheriff Office Opening Date05/06/2024+ Description+ Benefits+ QuestionsJOB SPECIFICSThe Washington County Sheriff's Office is looking to fill immediate positions, along with positions being added for 2024. (Individuals completing their classroom and skills training are encouraged to apply. Must be eligible for MN POST license prior to starting.)Washington County Sheriff's Office deputies spend their days protecting the lives and property of citizens, preventing crime, apprehending criminals, and enforcing laws and ordinances. With the added advantage of take-home squad cars, (see department policy) our deputies are ready to patrol the streets, investigate crimes, and work to strengthen community ties from the moment they put their uniforms on.A variety of career-enhancing assignments await once proficiency in general patrol is achieved, including:- General and Specialized Investigations- Water, Parks, and Trails Unit- Court Security- Civil Process- School Resource Officer- Special Enforcement teams- K9 and moreAdditionally, there are broad-range technical roles & tactical roles: SWAT, Water Rescue & Recovery, Mobile Field Force and more.Our deputies have access to:- Free and secure parking- On-site fitness center- Tuition reimbursem*nt- Sick and Vacation time- Comprehensive insurance packageWant to learn more about becoming a Peace Officer in the State of Minnesota? Visit the Minnesota Post Board's site (https://dps.mn.gov/entity/post/exams/Pages/default.aspx) .MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:1.) Must be 21 years of age by date of hire2.) Must have a valid driver's license; AND3.) Must be eligible to possess and lawfully use a firearm, and successfully qualify with a handgun and other department weapons according to existing department qualification standards ; AND4.) Must be P.O.S.T licensed or be eligible for licensing by the Minnesota P.O.S.T. board at the time of hire. At the time of application a resume and a copy of your Minnesota P.O.S.T license, P.O.S.T. eligibility letter, or a letter addressing when Minnesota P.O.S.T eligibility can be expected must be included with your application. Eligible for a Minnesota P.O.S.T. license by June 2024. (Individuals completing their classroom and skills training are encouraged to apply)For more information on becoming a licensed Peace Officer in the State of Minnesota, visit the MN P.O.S.T Board website (https://dps.mn.gov/entity/post/becoming-a-peace-officer/Pages/default.aspx) . Application, resume, P.O.S.T. license, P.O.S.T. eligibility letter, or document outlining when P.O.S.T. eligibility is expected must be submitted at the time of application.DESIRABLE EXPERIENCE :+ Currently POST eligible or eligible for a Minnesota P.O.S.T. license by June 2024. (Individuals completing their classroom and skills training are encouraged to apply)+ Successful completion of a degree program in law enforcement or similar field by June 2024.+ Eligible to possess and lawfully use a firearm under local, state and federal lawSELECTION TECHNIQUE: Your training and experience will be rated based on the required application material submitted and the top-scoring candidates will be forwarded to the hiring department for further consideration.All finalist(s) must achieve a passing score in each of the following phases of the hiring process: Interviews (3 phases); background investigation; psychological examination; medical examination; and drug test.NOTE TO CANDIDATES: Interviews will be held approximately every two weeks until all positions are filled. For the first two (2) phases of the interview process, candidates must be prepared to stay on-site for 4 - 6 hours to complete all phases.HOURS / DAYS: Deputy Sheriff-Patrol Officers work five days on, three days off, 9 hour days.Shifts are as follows:Day shift: 6:30 AM-3:30 PMAfternoon Shift: 2:30 PM-11:30 PMNight Shift: 10:30 PM-7:30 AM.Work schedules (hours and days) and location are subject to change based on department needs.ANTICIPATED HIRING RANGE: 2024 Range: $37.97-$51.21 (mid-point $44.59)Lateral wage consideration will be based on paid experience as a law enforcement or military police officer, longevity as a paid police officer or military police officer, specialized assignments and specialized training.Click here for more information on the 2024 Deputy Sheriff Experience Pay Scale (https://web1.co.washington.mn.us/NeoGovNotices/SHR/2024/2024\_Experience\_Pay\_Scale%20\_Deputy\_Sheriff.pdf)PUBLIC SAFETY RETENTION PAYMENTSTo be eligible for the $1,250 Public Safety retention payment, must be actively employed for at least 6 months in 2024 and employed on November 24, 2024. To be eligible for another $1,250 Public Safety retention payment, must be employed in the jail for a least 6 months in 2025 and employed on November 25, 2025.**This job posting will serve to establish an eligibility list for future openings.**E-Verify Participation: Washington County participates in the federal E-Verify program. This means that Washington County will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm work authorization. If the Government cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, Washington County is required to give you written instructions and an opportunity to contact DHS and/or the SSA before taking adverse action against you, including terminating your employment. Employers may not use E-Verify to pre-screen job applicants and may not limit or influence the choice of documents you present for use on the Form I-9.E- Verify Participation Poster (https://web1.co.washington.mn.us/NeoGovNotices/HR/2024/E-Verify\_Participation\_Poster\_Eng\_Es.pdf)Right to work PosterJOB SUMMARYThe Deputy Sheriff is responsible for the protection of life, the security of property, the prevention of crime, the apprehension of criminals, and the general enforcement of laws and ordinances byway of routine patrol, investigation, and traffic regulation performed in a squad car or on foot. Deputies are also tasked with working to strengthen our community through community engagement activities. A variety of career enhancing assignments are available once proficiency in General Patrol has been established including Investigations, Water, Parks and Trails, Court Security, Civil Process, School Resource Officer, Special Enforcement Teams, K9 and more. Additionally, there are a broad range technical roles and programs available including SWAT, Water Rescue & Recovery, Mobile Field Force and more. While this position reports directly to assigned Sergeant, the work involves an element of personal danger. Deputies must be able to act without direct supervision and to exercise sound personal judgment in high stress situations.EMPLOYMENT CRITERIAMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Candidates must be 21 years of age or older and possess a valid driver's licenseApplicants must be P.O.S.T licensed or be eligible for licensing by the Minnesota P.O.S.T. Board by the closing date. Want to know if you are more about becoming a peace officer (https://dps.mn.gov/entity/post/becoming-a-peace-officer/Pages/default.aspx) in the State of Minnesota? Visit the Minnesota POST site for more details.Candidates with law enforcement experience are encouraged to apply. Experience will be considered when determining pay. See lateral pay consideration documents.Selection Method: Applicants must achieve a passing score during interviews and undergo a background investigation, psychological evaluation, physical examination, and drug testing.EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS:Education and Experience: Must be 21 years of age or older at time of examination with a high school graduate or GED certificate and a valid driver's license. Licensed or eligible for licensing by the Minnesota P.O.S.T. board. Candidates with law enforcement experience are encouraged to apply. Experience will be considered when determining pay. See lateral pay consideration documents.Want to know if you are more about becoming a peace officer (https://dps.mn.gov/entity/post/becoming-a-peace-officer/Pages/default.aspx) in the State of Minnesota? Visit the Minnesota POST site for more details.Must achieve a passing score in each of the following: testing/interview process, psychological examination, background investigation, physical examination, and drug test at the time an appointment is offered. Must successfully qualify with a handgun and other department weapons according to existing department qualification standards.Knowledge: Social and general intelligence with an aptitude for police duty; knowledge of modern methods of patrol, detection, identification, evidence handling, reporting and communications. Working knowledge of Washington County geography; familiarity with Sheriff's Office rules, regulations, policies, procedures, and directives. Knowledge and skill in keyboarding and computer programs.Abilities: Good judgment and character; ability to meet and treat the public courteously, tactfully, and fairly; accurate, legible compilation and preparation or dictation of reports. Ability to report to work on a regular and timely basis.Skills: Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Skill in the competent operation of motor vehicles and other vehicles necessary to law enforcement operations; skill in the competent use of firearms and other law enforcement weapons of the department.CORE COMPETENCIES (https://view.officeapps.live.com/op/view.aspx?src=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.co.washington.mn.us%2FDocumentCenter%2FView%2F5174%2FCore-Competencies%3FbidId%3D&wd Origin=BROWSELINK) , JOB-SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL JOB PERFORMANCECore Competencies (http://www.co.washington.mn.us/DocumentCenter/View/5174) outline essential business and professional traits necessary to perform this job.+ Promote a diverse, culturally competent, and respectful workplace+ Demonstrates knowledge of modern methods of patrol, detection, identification, evidence handling, reporting and communications+ Demonstrates knowledge of Sheriff's Office rules, regulations, policies, procedures, and directives+ Demonstrates skills in communication in order to meet and treat the public courteously, tactfully, and firmlyDUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIESAll Deputy Sheriff-Patrol Officers must be able to perform the essential duties listed below, regardless of their work assignment. Unit specific duties and responsibilities for deputies assigned to Patrol, Investigations, Court Security, School Resource Officer, Water, Parks & Trails, K9 and Civil Unit will be reviewed with staff upon assignment to the unit. The examples of essential duties and work examples by a Deputy Sheriff-Patrol Officer do not include all possible tasks encountered in this work area and should not be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. The County retains the discretion to add or change the contents of this at any time.Essential duties common to a Deputy Sheriff assigned to Patrol DivisionPatrols the roads, waterways, parks, trails and cities or areas under contractual agreements for the purposes of protecting people and property by preventing crimes and enforcing statutes and ordinances.Responds to calls for service from the public and other agencies; determines if any laws have been broken, take enforcement if appropriate; mediate disputes, administers first aid when appropriate; advise complainants as to course of action or possible solutions.Prepares detailed written and electronic reports regarding incidents and activities that occur during a shift; maintains and keeps appropriate records related to investigations, ticketing, training, work with other agencies,Conducts initial investigations to include such activities as: collecting evidence, dusting for prints, interviewing suspects or witnesses, taking photographs of crime scenes and other investigative activities.Issues citations, makes arrests, & transports prisoners to jail; processes prisoners.Provides truthful and credible testimony in court regarding facts of cases, law enforcement procedures, collection of evidence and findings of investigations.Investigates automobile accidents and crimes, gathering information and making detailed reports; assumes charge of major incident scenes until relieved, ascertains facts available at the scene, gathering, preserving, and processing evidence.Ensures the proper use and maintenance of law enforcement related equipment, including, cars, trucks, snowmobiles, boats, trailers, ATV's, haulers, computers, search, and rescue apparatus, etc.Attends meetings, forums, and events to connect with the public about a variety of public safety issues as well as to have a presence at community-oriented events; plans and coordinates giveaways, booths, PowerPoints, presentations, and curriculum used to educate and inform others about law enforcement activities and public safety issues.Creates, promotes, monitors, and supervises community crime prevention programs such as Neighborhood Watch and National Night Out .Conducts residential and commercial premise surveys incorporating the principals of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design as well as other basic crime prevention techniques; conducts alcohol & tobacco compliance checks at local businesses.Keeps informed of and attends trainings and meetings to stay current on recent changes to laws, statutes, and local ordinancesPerforms other duties as assignedExamples of work performed by a Deputy Sheriff assigned to Investigations DivisionConducts the investigation of crimes to include such activities as interviewing suspects, witnesses, and informants, dusting for fingerprints, tracking the location of suspects, photographing the crime scene, and other related activities.Investigates homicide, criminal sexual conduct, and other serious felony investigations; cultivates and uses Confidential Informants; coordinates with the BCA and other LE Agencies on large scale investigations.Provides case information and recommendations to the County Attorney's Office and Child Protection; conducts detailed Crime Scene evidence collection; works with the County Attorney's Office for trial preparation; logs and stores evidence to be used in criminal matters.Conducts forensics work on computers used in crime or may contain evidence; coordinate and make requests of the MN Bureau of Criminal Apprehension in forensic area.Compiles evidence and prepares written reports on criminal investigations. Collaborates with other law enforcement agencies to resolve criminal complaints.Reviews evidence and reports with the County Attorney staff to determine the need to collect additional evidence or to process a complaint/warrant.Examples of work performed by a Deputy assigned to Water, Parks, and Trails UnitInvestigates deaths and accidents involving boats, snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, and other recreational vehicles.Performs safety inspections of all rental watercraft within Washington County.Conducts commercial vehicle and weight restriction enforcement.Examples of work performed by a Deputy assigned to Transport UnitPerforms the pick-up and delivery of inmates to or from the Washington County Jail, Minnesota Department of Corrections, various medical or dental facilities, multiple city jails, county jails, and state and federal prisons as directed by the Transport Sergeant.Ensures all policies and procedures are followed while transporting inmates to and from the Washington County Jail thereby ensuring the safety of the public and inmates.Responsible for the physical screening of inmates ensuring no weapons or contraband are in the inmates' possession at any time.Examples of work performed by a Deputy Sheriff assigned to Civil Process UnitPrepares notices of third-party levies and sales and executes these functions; traces and collects taxes from individuals owing delinquent mobile home taxes.Prepares returns of service for all instruments received and served.Records fees for service and performs other accounting/record keeping activities.Examples of work performed by a Deputy Sheriff assigned to Court Security UnitProvides a visible presence in the court area and serves as the primary law enforcement officer in the Government Center.Reviews the court schedule and coordinates court security activities including special details with the Court Administrator or designee; coordinates additional security for high-risk trials or high-risk inmates.Monitors the metal/contraband detector to prevent the introduction of unauthorized weapons or illegal contraband and conducts searches of people entering the court area. Conducts inspections of the courts and reviews security procedures at the Government Center and satellite court facilities.Examples of work performed by a Deputy assigned as a School Resources Officer:Assists school administration in achieving a safe learning environment for students and staff. Interacts with students to prevent physical violence, disorder, or problems involving the school population.Presents law enforcement related information and programs to students.Performs or assists investigations of law enforcement incidents occurring in the schools and make proper referrals or petitions to court.Directs traffic on school grounds and maintains security in all school buildings.WORK ENVIRONMENTWork may require lifting and carrying up to 80 lbs and pushing/pulling heavy objects. Other physical requirements include the ability to climb, chase, run and apply physical restraints. Vision and hearing acuity are needed on a continuous basis. Use of equipment includes personal computers, office equipment, police-related safety and special equipment i.e., weapons, radio, first aid kit, surveillance equipment, radar speed measurement devices, field sobriety test devices, camera, accident investigation tools, boats, snowmobiles, and personal watercraft.Inside/outside work time varies by shift and assignment; work is performed in all types of weather conditions in an unsecured environment. This position may encounter life-threatening situations, which require substantial physical and mental capabilities. Exposures may include, but are not limited to, disagreeable odors, communicable diseases, body fluids, hazardous chemicals, elevated noise levels and dangerous individuals who may be armed.Additional physical/mental requirements that occur may not be listed above but are inherent in performing the position's essential functions.This is intended to describe the kinds of tasks and level of work difficulty being performed by people assigned to this classification. The list of responsibilities is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. The County retains the discretion to add or change the contents of this job description at any time.Washington County offers a comprehensive benefit package (https://web1.co.washington.mn.us/NeoGovNotices/SHR/2022/Employee\_Benefits.pdf) including paid time off, holidays,

    $38-51.2 hourly 41d ago
  • Police Officer (full-time)

    City of Eden Prairie, Mn 3.750 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (11)

    Border Patrol Agent Job 13 miles from Minneapolis

    Police Officer Profile Hiring Bonus: Police officer candidates hired during this recruitment process, who successfully complete their Field Training Officer Program and one year of employment with the City of Eden Prairie will receive a hiring bonus of $3,500!Pay Rate: The starting pay rate for this position depends upon experience and qualifications. Candidates with 3-5 years of sworn experience may start at Step 3. Candidates with 6+ years of broad police officer experience may start at Step 4. Officers are eligible to move up to the next "step" each year, until they reach the top step. Annual base adjustments increase the entire step range and typically occurs in January.The 2024 Pay Range is $36.79 per hour to $54.19 per hour.Step 1Step 2Step 3Step 4Step 5$36.79$42.80$46.34$50.10$54.19Benefits: In addition to full-time benefits at date of hire, the City of Eden Prairie provides unique benefits to all employees including, tuition reimbursem*nt of up to $3,500 per year, a generous HRA or HSA contribution, and 100% of Short-Term Disability pay after one year of employment at no cost to the employee. All officer candidates receive front loading of Paid Time Off (PTO) and officers starting at Step 3 or 4 are eligible for higher PTO accrual rate.Status: Full-time regular position, non-exemptLocation: Eden Prairie City Center, 8080 Mitchell Road Eden Prairie, MN 55344Hours: Rotating Shift (must be available to work nights, weekends and holidays)Reporting Relationship: Reports to Patrol SergeantPolice DepartmentThe Eden Prairie Police Department protects and serves the community of Eden Prairie through active and professional engagement. This department is committed to providing customized service to the community, exercising discretion and fairness in enforcement, building public trust in the department, and promoting the professional development of its members.Position ResponsibilitiesThe Police Officer begins their role in the Patrol Division by protecting and serving the community of Eden Prairie by providing quality services and law enforcement customized to meet the needs of the community. The primary position responsibilities and areas of impact are:* Proactively patrols the community for potential public safety issues; uses sound judgment and critical thinking to monitor and deter potential crime.* Responds to and documents calls for police service such as reported crimes or suspicious activity, medical emergencies, and traffic accidents.* Enforces laws, ordinances, and codes with a special emphasis on traffic enforcement.* Investigates crimes including the collection and preservation of evidence, interviewing victims, suspects, and witnesses, preparing related reports and court testimony.* Educates residents, schools, and businesses about public safety-related issues.* Secondary assignments are available for officers through a selection process after their first 12 months on the job. Secondary assignments include: K9 officer, SWAT Team member, Field Training Officer, Use of Force Instructor, Weapons Systems Armorer, Crisis Negotiator, Youth Diversion Officer, Crime Scene Tech Unit Officer, Domestic Abuse Response Team member, Crisis Intervention Techniques Team member, Reserve Unit Coordinator, Adult Investigator, School Liaison Officer, Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Pilot, Peer Support Team, Police Explorer Advisor, and Drug Recognition Expert (DRE).While these areas are the primary focus of the position, we believe strongly in teamwork and employees will be called upon to perform a variety of duties as a part of their role with the City.City of Eden Prairie ValuesWe are a service organization. We take pride in what we do. We cultivate a supportive, encouraging and productive culture with a strong customer focus. We promote wellness and plan work/life balance into our goals. We value differences and foster inclusion. We achieve success by exhibiting our core values: collaboration, innovation, integrity, performance and relationships.Position Specific ExpectationsLegal Expertise: Displays an in depth understanding of specific legal area; routinely guides others to make lawful decisions.Emergency Medical Response Expertise: All EPPD Officers are required to attend Emergency Medical Response (EMR) training and in addition are encouraged to obtain their EMT National Certification.Communication: Able to convey a message to get a point across; communicates in a clear and concise manner; able to write clearly and succinctly; tailors message to a variety of communication settings and styles.Composure: Exhibits self-confidence and asserts self appropriately to advocate a point of view; is calm under pressure; can be counted on to hold things together during tough times; can handle stress; maintains balance even when unexpected circ*mstances arise; able to identify and manage crisis situations; faces adversity head on; energized by tough challenges.Accountability: Follows through on commitments; focuses on appropriate tasks throughout the shift; takes responsibilities for actions both as an individual and on behalf of the organization; actions and words are in sync; follows all policies and procedures; maintains confidentiality; is prepared and punctual to all scheduled shifts.Position RequirementsEducation: Associates or Bachelor's Degree in law enforcement or related field preferred; P.O.S.T. eligible by date of appointment, but no later than October 1st, 2024 required. If you have received your education or passed the P.O.S.T. Board Exam in another state, you will need to complete the Minnesota P.O.S.T. Board requirements for Peace Officer Licensing and pass the MN P.O.S.T. Board Exam or Reciprocity Exam by October 1st, 2024.Work Experience: Knowledge of and experience in criminal and traffic law preferred (i.e. experience as a community service officer, police explorer, security guard, etc.)Physical Requirements and Working Conditions: Approximately 85% of the time is spent in the field on patrol. Incumbent is required to carry a firearm, take appropriate safety precautions and wear protective body armor. While on patrol or at crime scenes, incumbent may have exposure to injury, trauma, angry or violent individuals, animal bites, blood-borne and air-borne pathogens, traffic accidents, visual and emotional trauma, toxic chemicals, adverse road and weather conditions, and other hazardous conditions.Incumbent spends a large portion of each day in a patrol vehicle, frequently exiting and entering vehicle. Incumbents must be able to climb ladders, walk or run on uneven surfaces. Required to lift up to 150 lbs. Must be able to pass gas mask fit testing. While on patrol, continual attention to detail in monitoring surroundings is required. A high level of attention to detail and deadlines is required in completing reports and paperwork.Must be able to meet the physical demands/requirements of Minnesota Peace Officer Training Board (P.O.S.T.) in order to qualify for and maintain status as a licensed peace officer.City of Eden Prairie Pre-employment ProcessThe City of Eden Prairie conducts the following pre-employment checks for the Police Officer position:* Background Check (includes driver's check-must have valid driver's license and excellent driving record)* Physical Exam (includes medical exam, physical abilities testing and drug test)* Psychological EvaluationAll final candidates must successfully complete and pass the City evaluation of the pre-employment process before their first day of employment.City of Eden Prairie Recruitment ProcessThe goal of the recruitment process outlined below is to find talented candidates for future openings who have the potential to move into a police officer position due to a future vacancy. Therefore, the City reserves the right to create and manage an eligibility list of candidates from this posting for future openings which occurs within nine months from the posting date.Application Process:* Apply online at edenprairie.org under "Employment"* Application Posted: May 30, 2024* Application Deadline: June 20, 2024 at 4:00 PM* Review Applications: By June 21, 2024* Communication to candidates regarding next step (via e-mail): By June 21, 2024First Round Interviews: Candidates will be invited to participate in a virtual interview. Dates include:* June 21 - June 27, 2024Second/Third Round Interviews: Candidates will be invited for an in-person interview with a panel of Officers, Sergeants, Lieutenants and Human Resources. Dates include:* July 11th, 2024Final Interview & Background Investigation Process: Candidates will be invited to meet with the Police Chief and Captain on July 11th, 2024. The background process takes 4-6 weeks.Pre-Employment Physical Exam and Psychological Evaluation: End of August 2024Formal Offer/Start Date: Early September 2024

    $36.8-54.2 hourly 17d ago
  • Police Officer

    City of Plymouth, Mn 4.150 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (12)

    Border Patrol Agent Job 9 miles from Minneapolis

    At the City of Plymouth, we all work together to add quality to life. This mission and our guiding values - CIVIC: customer focus, integrity, visionary, inclusion and connection - shape our work as we advance the City Council's strategic priority to be a city of choice. We are seeking candidates who are eager to adopt and champion our mission and values.PoliceOfficerThe City of Plymouth is looking for motivated professionals to uphold state and local laws, provide timely response and appropriate public safety services at all times and to demonstrate and maintain effective relations with the public. Plymouth Police Department has a long history of providing high-quality service to our 82,000-member community, and in return, the officers receive strong community support. PPD has an authorized staffing of 82 officers with ample opportunities for career enrichment and a culture of training resulting in an average of 100 hours of annual education for each officer.Lateral applicants can anticipate an accelerated hiring process. Compensation will bedependentupon qualifications and experience.Why Plymouth Police Department?* Award winning wellness program & peer support program* Promoted and rotating detective positions* Violent Offender Task Force (VOTF)* Training Division* Traffic unit & DWI Grant position* Special Investigations* Multiple K9 units* Behavioral Health Unit* Family friendly patrol schedule* Mobile Field Force* SWAT* School Resource Officers* Competitive pay & benefitsFor further information on the position and the department or to schedule a ride along, please contact Deputy Chief Dave Kuhnly at dkuhnly@plymouthmn.gov or Patrol Commander Bob Topp at rtopp@plymouthmn.gov or visit our website at plymouthmn.gov/policeofficer.This posting is open until filled.Essential FunctionsMaintain effective relations with the public.* Initiate and participate in community engagement activities to continue positive community relationships.* Effectively adapt communication style to the audience, listen carefully, use respectful language and tone, and appropriate interpersonal and rapport building strategies to diffuse situations.* Participate in citywide training designed to strengthen interpersonal, communications and leadership skills.* Provide exceptional customer service to Plymouth residents, business owners and visitors.* Demonstrate a full understanding of - and respect for - the diversity of the community, co-workers, and supervisors, including individuals with disabilities or whose first language may not be English.Respond to a wide variety of service calls in which a variety of actions may be taken requiring initiative, judgment and appropriate use of force.* Investigate and document reports of the following:* Domestic disputes among family/neighbors.* Prowler/trespassing.* Disorderly conduct/public nuisance.* Reports of intoxicated person (drug and/or alcohol).* Missing/found person calls.* Reports of traffic accidents.* Burglar/fire alarms.Respond to reports of serious crime (e.g., robbery, assault, rape, burglary, etc.) Respond to other service calls as apparent or assigned.Provide emergency service to protect life and property.* Rescue victims in life-threatening situations.* Provide emergency medical service (first aid) at scene of accident/crime.* Respond to emergency, non-routine service call.* Manage crowd at demonstration, protest, picket line, emergency scene, etc.Investigate suspicious circ*mstances by gathering evidence and documenting information.* Detain and interview suspicious persons.* Observe and report potential trouble spots and congregations of people.* Investigate and report public nuisances.Perform arrests at scene of crime/accident.* Place individual under arrest (search, give rights, question, etc.)* Administer test for intoxication at scene.* Transport arrested person.* Process arrested person (booking, fingerprints, lock-up, etc.)Conduct preliminary crime/accident investigations.* Search crime/accident scene for physical evidence.* Secure crime/accident scene and evidence until other law enforcement officers arrive.* Survey crime/accident scene for witnesses and interviews witnesses.* Interviews suspects.Follow-up crime/accident investigation and arrest offenders.* Assist investigators in follow-up investigation as assigned.* Take statements/confessions.* Participate in the serving of warrants.* Perform stake-out surveillance of persons or places.Identify physical and safety hazards that affect the Community's well-being.* Investigate and arrange for removal of abandoned/stolen vehicles.* Inspect and report public safety hazards (broken water mains, gas mains, power lines, semaphores, construction sites, etc.)Enforces traffic laws.* Write traffic citations or warnings for moving, mechanical or safety violations.* Utilize stationary/moving patrol for speed, red lights or other violations.* Enforce fire lane, handicap and other parking laws.* Participate in traffic pursuit.Conduct routine patrol activities.* Plans patrol route for upcoming shift; patrol residential, business, public areas; performs foot patrols.* Talk with residents or businesspersons about potential problems in assigned patrol area.* Enter vehicle license numbers into CAD to validate vehicle registrations and driver's licenses.* Transport property or deliver materials.* Guard prisoners.* Appear in court as a witness for the prosecution.* Serve warrants.* Provide assistance to stranded motorists.* Process lost/stolen/found property.Perform administrative and non-patrol activities.QualificationsMinimum Qualifications* Demonstrated ability to perform in accordance with the City of Plymouth's CIVIC values (customer focus, integrity, visionary, inclusion and connection) and comfort with supporting and advancing the city council's strategic priorities.* Must be eligible for licensure under the rules and regulations of the Minnesota Board of Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) by start date of position.* Lateral candidates must have at least one-year of full-time experience as a police officer.* Demonstrated effective written and oral communication.* Must possess valid Minnesota Driver's License without recent significant traffic violations.* Must pass a thorough background investigation.* Must pass physical and psychological examinations for this position.Desired Qualifications* Experience working with diverse populations.Supplemental InformationPHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSPhysical ActivitiesVery Frequent (often required to perform the job):standing, sitting, walking, lifting, pushing/pulling, carrying kneeling (bending leg at knee and resting on knee), crawling (moving about on hands and knees), crouching (bending at knees), reaching (extending hands and arms in any direction), handling objects (grasping, turning or otherwise using hands or hand), repetitive hand motion, stationary desk or bench work with neck bent forward.Frequent (Usually required to perform the job):Climbing, use of arm muscles over extended periods, overhead work (over shoulder height.)Weights Lifted/CarriedThe employee must be able to lift items from 0 to 100 pounds from 0 to 5 feet and must be able to carry items from 0 to 100 pounds from 0 to 100 feet. Employee must be able to lift/carry items including, but not limited to a duty bag, briefcase, injured children, injured adults, first aid kit containing oxygen bottle, evidence and/or other found property.Job Requirements:Working outdoors,workingindoors, working near fumes/vapors, driving city vehicle or personal vehicle

    $58k-72k yearly est. 60d+ ago
  • Police Officer (Lateral Transfers)

    City of Saint Paul, Mn 3.450 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (13)

    Border Patrol Agent Job 8 miles from Minneapolis

    Looking to take the next step in an exciting law enforcement career? The City of Saint Paul is currently accepting applications for Police Officer under our Civil Service transfer rule. Applicants must be currently employed in another jurisdiction as a full-time police officer. Detailed information can be found in the attached flyer. This position is accepting applications sent directly to the Saint Paul Police Department (see below on how to apply). Find out more about what it means to work for the SPPD and watch our video below.The City of Saint Paul offers an excellent benefits package including health insurance, retirement contributions, and paid time off.Note: The salary listed reflects the full salary range of the Police Officer position. The starting salary for Lateral Transfers ranges from $80,308.80 - $104,977.60 based on previous years of experience.How to apply:Please submit the following information via email to dan.ferralez@ci.stpaul.mn.us.* A resume* Completed applicant questions* A legible photocopy of MN or out-of-state Peace Officer licenseContact Information:Dan Ferralez, Police HR Liaison367 Grove StreetSt. Paul, MN 55101Email: dan.ferralez@ci.stpaul.mn.usPhone: 651-266-6596Fax: 651-266-5908Applicant Data Practices Advisory: According to Minn. Stat. § 13.04, the City must advise you of the following:CERTIFICATION AND AUTHORIZATIONI certify that I am who I have represented myself to be in the application. I understand that giving false information, including voluntary information, or omitting required information could result in rejection of my application or dismissal if I am hired. I authorize the City of Saint Paul to verify all the information provided herein. I authorize the City of Saint Paul to make inquiries of all my past and current employers (unless otherwise indicated), educational institutions, and references. I authorize these individuals and entities to respond to verbal and written inquiries from the City of Saint Paul regarding my past employment, verification of my educational background, my performance and my personal character. I hereby release the City of Saint Paul and all such persons and entities providing information from any liability and damages incurred as a result of furnishing this information. If hired, the City of Saint Paul requires at the time of employment verification of identity and employment eligibility.YOUR RIGHTS AS A SUBJECT OF DATAI understand the information I supplied on this employment application will be used to assess my qualifications for the position, to identify me in the City employment files; and to contact me.I understand the following information will be considered private data pursuant to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act: my name, home/work/email address, home phone number, social security number, gender, racial/ethnic group and disability status. If I am certified as eligible for an employment vacancy, I understand my name, education, training and previous work experience will become public data.I understand furnishing my social security number, gender, racial/ethnic and disability data is voluntary, but refusal to supply other requested information will mean my application may not be considered. I understand race and gender data are used in summary form to monitor protected class employment.I understand that if subsequently hired, the data I provided will become part of my employee record.I understand private data is available only to me and other persons who have a bona fide need for the data including Human Resources, Department City staff, and outside Consultants contracted with the City to review your education and experience for determining minimum qualifications, conduct and evaluate assessments, and interview candidates for a position. Public data is available to anyone requesting it and consists of all data not designated in this notice as private.

    $80.3k-105k yearly Easy Apply 60d+ ago
  • Police Officer - Patrol

    City of Burnsville, Mn 4.050 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (14)

    Border Patrol Agent Job 15 miles from Minneapolis

    As a Police Officer, your service to our community is a vital part of creating a Burnsville that is a vibrant city, boldly leading and welcoming to all. We believe community safety starts with workplace culture and support from the community, City staff and the City Council. As you commit to protecting lives and property, we make a commitment to invest in you.We are looking for officers where your years of service will be considered in our compensation and vacation accrual program. We offer a leading-edge Total Rewards package, a focus on wellness, a culture of support and an array of opportunities to grow. You will join a growing team with an authorized strength of 84 sworn officers and 19 civilians who use community-oriented policing to provide excellence in public safety.We are a community where people feel safe and welcome to be themselves, visitors find a place they want to come back to again and again, businesses are positioned for success and our team finds meaningful work and opportunities to grow.This role works rotating shifts and has a starting wage of $43.69 per hour and competitive lateral pay. Learn more about the Police Officer position here. and view the Police Officer Profile and visit our website here.Police Officers value people and perspectives by:* Providing rescue help and emergency first aid treatment.* Answering questions, providing directions and prompt assistance to the community.They are on the leading edge when they:* Deter and detect unlawful activities by effective police work.* Gather evidence, question victims, suspects and witnesses, and follow up on related leads.And they expect the best by:* Responding to calls for assistance, investigating complaints, and maintaining order in disputes.* Directing traffic, reporting hazardous conditions, and enforcing ordinances.* A bachelor's degree* A valid Minnesota Peace Officer License or be eligible to be licensed in the State of Minnesota by the date of hire.* A valid Minnesota Driver's License or be eligible to be licensed in the State of Minnesota.* A background or interest in local government work serving the community.* An interest in developing what you do best and a commitment to valuing each colleague for their unique perspectives.We welcome qualified applicants to apply with preference given to those applicants who have not applied in the past twelve months.

    $43.7 hourly 11d ago
  • Police Officer Full-Time

    MSP Metropolitan Council 4.650 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (15)

    Border Patrol Agent Job 8 miles from Minneapolis

    WHO WE ARE The Metro Transit Police Department is hiring FT Police Officers and Lateral FT Police Officers. Both are eligible for hiring bonuses! 2024 Salary Rates: Start -- $37.81 hourly / $78,645 annual After year 1 -- $40.84 hourly / $84,947 annual After year 2 -- $43.86 hourly / $91,229 annualAfter year 3 -- $46.87 hourly / $97,490 annualAfter year 4 -- $50.41 hourly / $104,853 annualThe Metro Transit Police Department is one of the fastest growing law enforcement agencies in the state due the expansion of light rail and Rapid Transit Bus systems. We are a licensed police force committed to the safety of our customers and employees, serving eight counties and approximately 85 cities in the region. There is an authorized strength of 171 full-time officers, 80 part-time officers, 70 community service officers and 34 administrative staff dedicated to one thing: public safety on and near our transit system.Our mission statement is: Safeguarding the transit community with integrity and professionalism while building trust through community partnerships. We strive to provide excellent police service each and every day.We are committed to maintaining and cultivating a diverse department, reflective of the communities we serve. Nearly half of our force is made up of women and people of color.To find out more about the Metro Transit Police Department, please clickhere.We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits and a good work/life balance.More about why you should join us!What you would do in this jobAs a Sworn Full-Time Metro Transit Police Officer,you willprotect employees and passengers, and safeguard property and equipment of Metro Transit across all municipalities of our eight county Metro-wide system. You will patrol assigned areas in a squad car, on foot, or onboard public transit and perform visual inspections and recognize, respond, investigate, and enforce violations of laws and ordinances.What education and experience are required for this job (minimum qualifications)* An associate degree in Law Enforcement from an accredited College or University AND must currently be MN Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) licensed or eligible to be POST licensed as a full-time peace officer in the State of Minnesota by the time of conditional offer.* Valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record.FT Officers are eligible for up to a $4,000 hiring bonus:* $1,000 after successful completion of the Academy* $1,000 after completion of FTO, and* $2,000 after successfully completing a probationary period.To be eligible for a Lateral Officer you:* Must currently be employed full-time in a sworn position by a law enforcement agency.* Must have at least 18 months of continuous experience in a sworn position (must be immediately preceding employment with Metro Transit to be eligible for the hiring bonus).* An associate degree in Law Enforcement from an accredited College or University AND must currently be MN Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) licensed.* Valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record.Lateral Officers are eligible for an $8,000 hiring bonus.* $4,000 upon successful completion of (6) six months of employment.* $4,000 upon successful completion of (12) twelve months of employment.What additional skills and experience would be helpful in this job (desired qualifications):* Bachelor's degree in Law Enforcement from an accredited College or University* Conversational in a second language other than EnglishFor a full listing of job duties, knowledge, skills, and abilities and physical requirements, click HERE.Additional informationUnion: Law Enforcement Labor Services (LELS) 432FLSA: Non-ExemptSafety Sensitive: Yes, subject to random DOT drug testsSELECTION PROCESS:Candidates will be referred to the hiring supervisor for consideration based on the results of the following assessment process:* Minimum Qualification Review - Review by Human Resources to ensure minimum qualifications are met, including an acceptable Work Record Evaluation for internal ATU employees.* Structured Panel Interview - Scored interview by a panel of Metro Transit/Met Council staff.* Chief Selection Interview- Interview including the Chief of Police (may be held after background is complete).* Background Check- Candidates must pass a thorough background investigation conducted by the Metro Transit Police Department.* Psychological Evaluation - After passing the background check, a conditional offer of employment may be extended. All candidates must be recommended for hire based on the psychological evaluation.* Medical Examination / Work Performance Test /Drug test - Candidates must successfully pass the medical examination, work performance and pre-employment drug screen.Criminal Background Checks:Convictions are not an automatic disqualification from the selection process and must fall within Minnesota State Statute 6700.0700.IMPORTANT: If you make a false statement or withhold information, you may be barred from job consideration.Candidates will be notified of their application status through email only.The Metropolitan Council is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and veteran-friendly employer. The Council is committed to a workforce that reflects the diversity of the region and strongly encourages persons of color, members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities, women, and veterans to apply.If you have a disability that requires an accommodation during the selection process, please email HR-OCCHealth@metc.state.mn.us.

    $78.6k-97.5k yearly 26d ago
  • Patrol Officer

    General Security Services Corporation 3.850 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (16)

    Border Patrol Agent Job In Minneapolis, MN

    Job DescriptionIntro General Security Services Corporation (GSSC) DBA Midwest Patrol is seeking to fill immediate Full and Part Time Security Patrol Officer positions. Since 1946 GSSC has been committed to keeping our community safe. Patrol Officers will be trained and able to respond to work in a variety of armed and unarmed security patrol assignments, to include county transports, alarm response, security enforcement & intervention. Paid advanced training includes defensive tactics, ASP (police baton), OC spray deployment, handcuffing, firearms, tactical shooting, and defensive driving. Must have previous Security, Law Enforcement or Military experience or training. Previous patrol experience or armed security experience is a plus, but not required. Benefits: Competitive compensation & PTO Progressive pay increases Medical, Dental, Vision Short Term Disability and Life Insurance 401k with company match Paid training Promotional and advancement opportunities are available Employee Referral Bonus Program Hours: Tuesday - Wednesday from 10:00pm - 6:00am & Thursday - Saturday from 8:00pm - 4:00am Patrol Officer Job Responsibilities: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the job responsibilities. Provide shared guarding services to project a security presence, which will include operating a vehicle to perform patrol, inspection, and/or incident response services, alarm calls, service calls, maintains communication contact with appropriate personnel to report status or incidents, or to request additional assistance or response. Check for unsafe conditions, hazards, security violations, and unauthorized persons. Inspect buildings, grounds, and access devices. Respond to alarms and rapid response needs. Perform inspections of facilities as requested, per contract agreement, by clients. Provide parking lot patrols as required. Perform escorts as assigned and requested by clients. Notify appropriate personnel of emergencies and problems at accounts as required. Assist post Security Officers with problems and emergencies. Maintain open lines of communication with clients and staff members. Interact with clients and employees during inspections. Assist client’s staff members, as necessary. Process report inspections and incident reports in a timely and organized manner. Ensure effective and consistent delivery of patrol services, per agreement, and intended mission goals. Initiate and maintain open lines of communication with patrol personnel. Comply with federal regulations and state regulations and statutes as it relates to each assignment. Comply with all GSSC’s personnel policies and procedures as well as all specifications as determined by the client’s contract. Assist with adult juvenile transport services. Maintain equipment inventories and serviceability. All other duties as assigned. Patrol Officer Minimum Qualifications: Must have High school diploma or equivalent Must be able to read, write and speak English Must be a US Citizen or an Alien lawfully authorized to work in the United States Must pass State & Federal background checks and drug screen Must have a valid driver’s license, pass Motor Vehicle Record Check, and maintain appropriate driving record. Must successfully complete GSSC Basic Training. One year of Security experience (Preference for Military Veteran, Law Enforcement, Corrections or Security related) Ability to meet and maintain applicable state, county, and municipal licensing requirements Excellent communication (verbal and written), administrative, customer service and organizational skills. Ability to demonstrate critical thinking. Ability to project a professional and positive attitude while maintaining confidentiality. Proficiency in Microsoft Officer including SharePoint, Word, Excel, Outlook Teams and PowerPoint. Physical, Mental and Environmental Requirements: With or without reasonable accommodation, the physical and mental requirements of the job may include the following: Seeing, hearing, speaking, and writing clearly. Occasional reaching with hands and arms, stooping, kneeling, crouching and crawling. Frequent sitting, standing, and walking, which may be required for long periods of time, and may involve climbing stairs and walking up inclines and on uneven terrain. Frequent lifting and/or moving up to 10 pounds and occasional lifting and/or moving up to 25 pounds. Must be able to push, pull or drag and adult to safety from hazardous situations. Although most work is performed inside, occasional outside activities are subject to seasonal temperature fluctuations. Ability to safely operate a motor vehicle for extended periods of time, while frequently safely entering and exiting the motor vehicle. Must be able to meet and continue to meet any applicable state, county, and municipal licensing requirements for Security Officers. EEO: We are an EOE/AA/DISABILITY/VETERANS/GENDER NEUTRAL employer. Historically underrepresented candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

    $28k-36k yearly est. 13d ago
  • 50 Border Patrol Agent Jobs in Minneapolis, MN - Zippia (2024)

    FAQs

    Where is the best place to be a Border Patrol agent? ›

    The best cities for border patrol agents are El Paso, TX, Laredo, TX, and Anchorage, AK, based on factors like average salary and job availability per capita.

    How much do Border Patrol agents get paid a year? ›

    How much does a Border Patrol Agent make in California? As of Jun 7, 2024, the average annual pay for a Border Patrol Agent in California is $84,116 a year. Just in case you need a simple salary calculator, that works out to be approximately $40.44 an hour. This is the equivalent of $1,617/week or $7,009/month.

    Is being a Border Patrol agent stressful? ›

    Work Environment

    The work of a border patrol agent can be tiring and stressful. Because agents must cover the borders continuously, hours are irregular and shifts tend to vary. Most agents spend more time outdoors in jeeps, cars, helicopters, or on horseback than they do in offices.

    How to get a job with Border Patrol? ›

    Application Process
    1. Eligibility. Eligible applicants must: ...
    2. Your Application Journey. To begin your application process, submit your application on USAJOBS. ...
    3. Entrance Exam (GS-9 Exempt) ...
    4. Background Investigation. ...
    5. Medical Exam. ...
    6. Physical Fitness Test. ...
    7. Structured Interview. ...
    8. Polygraph Exam.

    Is it hard to get hired as a border patrol agent? ›

    The screening and selection procedures for US Border Patrol are exhaustive, including a series of physical fitness tests, and the competition is very high.

    What state pays most for border patrol? ›

    Border patrol agent salaries typically range between $31,000 and $68,000 yearly. The average hourly rate for border patrol agents is $22.14 per hour. Border patrol agent salary is impacted by location, education, and experience. Border patrol agents earn the highest average salary in Alaska.

    Is the border patrol exam hard? ›

    The CBP Entrance Exam is Hard: Useful Tips 💡

    Read and understand each question before selecting an answer. Pay attention to details and avoid rushing. Manage your time effectively by setting a specific time limit for each question. Use educated guesses when unsure about an answer.

    How many hours a week do border patrol agents work? ›

    In addition to base salary, agents may be eligible for locality pay, overtime pay, and more. Salary: Your salary corresponds to your grade level, as quoted on USAJOBS. Overtime Pay: Earn up to 25% of your salary for time worked outside the 40-hour work week.

    What are the disadvantages of being a border patrol agent? ›

    The Dangers Of Being A Border Patrol Agent
    • Working In A Detention Facility. Working in a detention facility presents several potential dangers for a border patrol agent. ...
    • Car Pursuits. ...
    • Hand-to-Hand Combat. ...
    • Extreme Weather Conditions.

    What disqualifies you from border patrol? ›

    You may be disqualified if your background includes:

    Use of illegal drugs and/or the sale distribution of illegal drugs. Convictions, including misdemeanor domestic violence charges. International harboring or concealment of undocumented noncitizens.

    What is the signing bonus for border patrol? ›

    “To address ongoing recruiting challenges and remain competitive with other law enforcement organizations, CBP is now offering a $20,000 recruitment incentive for all newly appointed Border Patrol agents who successfully complete the academy and three years of service.

    Can you work for border patrol with no experience? ›

    Experience, Skills, and Personality Traits

    Applicants for border patrol positions must have substantial work experience in law enforcement or in jobs involving contact with the public, or have completed a certain number of years of college.

    Where are the hard to fill locations for border patrol agents? ›

    Hard to fill locations include Sierra Blanca, TX; Presidio, TX; Sanderson, TX; Comstock, TX; Lordsburg, NM; Freer, TX; Hebbronville, TX; Ajo, AZ.

    Where do border patrol agents primarily work? ›

    The Border Patrol is specifically responsible for patrolling nearly 6,000 miles of Mexican and Canadian international land borders and over 2,000 miles of coastal waters surrounding the Florida Peninsula and the island of Puerto Rico.

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